10 Fantastic Father’s Day Gifts

10 Fantastic Father’s Day Gifts

With shopping in person not as enjoyable as it once was, you might want to consider letting “your fingers do the walking” and shopping online for your Father’s Day gifts this year. Here are some great ideas for gifts to show your dad, grandfather, or that special man in your life how much you love and appreciate him. Cigars Oddly, it was a female, Demi

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Sports Hiatus in Pittsburgh

Sports Hiatus in Pittsburgh

We’ve had labor disputes, strikes, and lockouts that have temporarily suspended seasons, and our sports teams have endured wars and the terrorists attack of 9/11. Below is an account of how some of our most beloved sports leagues and teams have fared while facing undue circumstances. Major League Baseball The American and National Leagues merged. As the oldest league, it has seen its share of

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Refucilo Winery

Refucilo Winery

Wine is the most healthful and most hygienic of beverages. -Louis Pasteur It’s not certain if Dr. Juan Antonio Lora believes as Louis Pasteur that wine is the most healthful and hygienic of drinks, but he and his wife, Cecilia, believe so much in the beverage that they purchased five acres in a managed vineyard in the Mendoza province of Argentina. They sell their wines

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Likes and Dislikes about Social Distancing

Likes and Dislikes about Social Distancing

It is said that every cloud has a silver lining, but the cloud of COVID-19 that has overshadowed the world is like no other we’ve seen in our lifetimes. Even a pandemic such as this has some bright spots. Here are some things we like and dislike about social distancing. Likes Dislikes Less Traffic We like less traffic. Rush hour and weekend traffic has been

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Robert Morris

Robert Morris

If George Washington had had his way, today, you may be seeing Morris on Broadway rather than the musical Hamilton. Robert Morris was known as the “Financier of the American Revolution” and was such a financial wizard that after the war, President George Washington offered him the position of Secretary of the Treasury in his cabinet. Morris declined the position and urged Washington to select Alexander Hamilton instead.

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