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Leave It to Beaver (tv program)

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  • 50 years later, still trying to find themselves

    Conceived during World War II, we 690-plus, mainly blue-collar teenagers commenced in 1962. From Parkville High in Baltimore County, we leaped into careers, college, marriage and the military with an enthusiasm our parents, who tended to be housewives or Sparrows Point workers, didn't quite understand. We were proud rock-and-rollers, having cut our teeth on Danny and the Juniors at various hops. We were the Knights, rebels with and without causes.
  • In 'Yankees,' sweetness and light, baseball and the devil

    In 'Yankees,' sweetness and light, baseball and the devil
    On my way to Light Opera Works' "Damn Yankees" Saturday night, I passed a young man wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with a Cubs logo and the legend "Just Once Before I Die" — a reference, of course, to the century-plus wait for a World Series victory...

    Bill and Willie Geist on 'Good Talk, Dad'

    Bill and Willie Geist on 'Good Talk, Dad'
    In their alternately affectionate and raucous joint memoir, "Good Talk Dad: The Birds and the Bees ... and Other Conversations We Forgot to Have," network news personalities Bill and Willie Geist riff and reminisce about their lives thus far as one of...

    Embarrassing infatuations with nutrition outcasts

    Embarrassing infatuations with nutrition outcasts
    It looked up at me from the deli cooler in a small-town grocery as I searched for a road-trip lunch to go. The usual, I figured. A turkey sandwich, maybe with cheese if I wanted to go wild. Something nutritious, virtuous, maybe a little boring but...

    'Railroaders' at the Chicago History Museum

    'Railroaders' at the Chicago History Museum
    Roundhouse worker William London is a sight: raccoon eyes, thanks to the goggles he had been wearing; soot on his face, thanks to his job amid coal-burning trains; and a freshly lit cigarette burning in his mouth. London's is one of the striking...