Summer will change to Fall tomorrow at 6:54 PM, about the time some of you will be cleaning up your tailgate parties at SDCCU to watch the Aztecs play Eastern Michigan. I'll be in the Barcalounger ready to watch the Padres
Not ANOTHER Jewish Holy Day!! This is exhausting. Apparently Yom Kippur begins Tuesday evening. Bari Weiss says "It's a 25-hour caffeine headache capped off by a lox-and-bagels binge." Obviously there's a lot more going on. Click HERE to read her opinion piece in the New York Times.
Paula Kincaid has sent me some cartoons of a religious bent. I didn't get into trouble last week venturing into politics, so I might as well take it up a notch. The cartoon above apparently is what would happen today if Jesus tried converting loaves to fishes.
This whole #MeToo movement has got me a little nervous. I did a spit-take with my morning coffee when I saw the above headline in Wednesday's U-T. To paraphrase Woody Allen in Play It Again Sam, "I was nowhere NEAR the zoo".
It's time to resume posting the Golden Anniversary Pacers, this time for the Class of '69. Click HERE to read the September 19, 1968 4-page issue.
Marc Pomeranz '74 passed away May 12, 2018. I learned this after the post office returned his alumni newsletter with a "no forwarding address" stamp, and I did a little on-line research. I think Marc was living in what I assume was the old family residence on Redding St.
Carolyn Schneider Reyes ’78 died on August 17, 2018. She loved crafting, baking, doing puzzles, bowling, traveling, including trips with her parents in their Airstream trailer, and bringing laughter and joy to others. Carolyn married Ken B. Reyes on March 10, 1984 in San Diego and had one daughter, Kara Lynne in April of 1990. She is survived by, among others, her parents , husband Ken and sister Linda Schneider Crawford ’75.