Monthly Archive: February 2014

Bruce Perry examines his dad’s camera Cameras are time machines, especially the camera bought 99 years ago by Bruce Perry’s dad.   Talk about a window to the past. And, miracle of miracles, we have the actual negatives that camera produced.   Wow.   Bruce Perry, Roy, grabbed me at the recent opening of the […]

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Bill Salerno, Ogden architect and patron of the arts, died Monday, and we at Union Station will particularly miss him. Bill only served a year on the Union Station Foundation’s board of directors, but Foundation Executive Director Roberta Beverly said he was a long-time advocate, supporter and donor to the station. “He was just committed […]

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Back in the day I had a 1975 VW Rabbit. Real lemon. Among it’s many, many problems was a worn shaft in the distributor that made the rotor wobble as it spun. It would have cost a grundle of money to replace the shaft, money I didn’t have. So the thing wobbled, which meant the […]

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