[M.M.X.I.V. 211] Unexpected biographical sources

For famous people, there are many ways to get information on them, many through biographies written by other people.  Some people, like myself, write autobiographical information regularly, such as via a journal, blog, or social media.  (Of course, there are autobiographical details that I will not readily share.)

After reading a certain newspaper column today (thanks for the inspiration, Mary Schmich!) there was another method of biographical information, and to make it even more fun, the slug of this post has a stealth pun.

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[M.M.X.I.V. 166] Short, Sweet Summer

As you know, I read the Chicago Tribune on a regular basis, and the feature columns and editorials often hold more interest to me than the news.  This is because I can get my national and world news from many other sources, so it is the local news and the creative pieces which really attract my attention.  For example, in Lincoln, my favorite newspaper columns were from Cindy Lange-Kubick (and not just because she wrote features about me on two separate occasions).

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