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10 years at the helm

November 2012: This columnist relives the pieces that brought out the beginner in each of us.
Glenn Chaple
Time flies. Whether a night at the movies, a summer vacation, or your college years, life’s events (at least the pleasant ones) seem to pass in the proverbial blink of an eye. An eye-blink ago (in reality, 10 years ago this month), I inherited “Observing Basics” from its originator, Jerry Burstein.

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