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4:33 pm
Tue January 13, 2004

Lessons from My Father

Celebrating the life of my dad.

Wilmington NC – [CLick the LISTEN button to hear Wally's commentary.]

Officially, he was the Reverend Doctor Walter E. Bock. Thousands called him Pastor, teacher and mentor. Many called him friend. I'm honored to call him my father.

In this Postcard from the Digital Age, we're going to talk about some of the many lessons I learned from my father who died last week at 88.

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4:08 pm
Tue January 13, 2004

White Knights

From the flash of young love to the flannel of a mature marriage.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Lauren's commentary.

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1:12 pm
Mon January 12, 2004

Double Vision

Reading with the television on.

Wilmington NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear Nicki's commentary.]

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10:58 am
Mon January 12, 2004

Home Again

A few tips on surviving the Holiday experience.

Wilmington NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear David's commentary.]

I wasn?t sure we?d make it, but we did. We survived our annual holiday trip to Virginia. And, thanks to the leap year, we have three hundred forty-nine days before we do it again.

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4:03 pm
Thu January 8, 2004

The Moon Sisters

Espionage, southern style.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Nan's commentary.

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2:43 pm
Thu January 8, 2004

SARS and Terrorism

Fighting the cause, not just the symptoms.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Andy's commentary.

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4:25 pm
Wed January 7, 2004

Winter Garden

A stroll through an imaginary winter wonderland.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Barbara's commentary.

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1:54 pm
Tue January 6, 2004

Torn Apart

A New Year that isn't so happy for some.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Catherine's commentary.

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10:30 am
Tue January 6, 2004

China and the Deficit

A tempest in the world's largest teapot.

Wilmington NC – [Click the LISTEN button to hear Dennis' commentary.]

China-bashing has become a political expediency of the day. Many of America?s economic ills have been blamed on our trade deficit with the Chinese, which now exceeds 100 billion dollars. This has affected, among others, unemployed workers who have seen Chinese products replace theirs in the market place.

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3:28 pm
Mon January 5, 2004

Musical Resolutions

Starting the New Year on the right note.

Wilmington NC – Click the LISTEN button to hear Steven's commentary.

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