Tagged: Tim Henney

Doo-wop Schmoo-wop

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

This plea is on behalf of the handful of doddering, post-dotage Sandpointians who, during our fair town’s annual Lost in the ‘50s, wander First Ave. …

Walter Mitty? In Sandpoint?

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

Among the most cherished books in my personal library are those by author/artist/humorist James Thurber, one of the lynchpins of the early New Yorker magazine. …

When You’re Smiling: Part 3 (The Finale)

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

This was originally intended as a two-part feature matching happy Sandpoint citizens with upbeat songs from aged vinyl records. However, after a mob of Reader

When You’re Smiling: Part 1

By Tim Henney
Reader Contriabutor

It’s difficult to describe how powerful several bulging bookcases of vinyl, long-play records have been in shaping my life.

A 1956 Cal-Berkeley co-ed has been …

A hippie on the Long Island Railroad

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

The following is an unabridged journal of a conversation with my visiting kid brother, the late Christopher Clark Lewis, commuting on the Long Island Railroad

Leadership on Boyer and in Laclede

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

Lois Miller, a vibrant 89, never reminded me of Winston Churchill until a couple of  weekends ago when I saw her in influential action with …

Read your history to understand the present

By Tim Henney
Reader Contributor

For those disposed to intellectual exploration in a time of national emotional havoc, a recent Reader issue offered a timely recommendation: read, or re-read, William …

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