Category Archives: Cars

Sleek Green Car

Our country is a place where car culture has flourished since the days of Henry Ford, and nowhere more so than in California. Combining this cue for nostalgia with our ongoing medical theme brings you this next Monday’s Poem of … Continue reading

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If you’re experiencing a sense of Déjà vu, the following selection for Poetry Monday comes to you from the archives. There is no question that Southern California is a car culture. Visitors who come here for the first time are … Continue reading

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Smoky Mountain Memories

I had just finished my junior year in high school, and my family was getting ready for our annual summer holiday. I recently described our now established tradition of spending this time in a cabin by a lake in neighboring … Continue reading

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The only people who owned cars in Hungary during my lifetime there were Communist Party members, government officials, some member of the military, as well as the secret police. Budapest had (and still has) an excellent network of trams, buses, … Continue reading

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