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Puck, The Magic Player

To the fans of  '87 and '91:   Every little boy remembers his first important hit in baseball. I was between sixth and seventh grade, and the go-ahead run was
Golf Gear

Golf Gear

In the spring, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of golf. And equipment.

Lyn-Lake’s New Bistro

I have a form of “roving eye syndrome” common to restaurant critics. Wherever I am, I’m scouting for eating and drinking establishments that look worth a try. Spotting something doesn’t

Family Thai

Thank Cathareen Chang for the fact that you don’t have to go to Sydney or Bangkok to taste her father’s cooking. You need go no further than Krua Thai in

Unchained

Holiday shopping took me to the Mall of America, and hungry for lunch, I decided on California Café (952-854-2233, 8100 24th Ave. S., Bloomington), where I hadn’t dined for years.

Credit for Courses

If the phrase “college food service” evokes visions of overcooked green beans and chipped beef on toast, you must not have been on a campus lately. Schools now tout the