January 21, 2018


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Maggie Van Ostrand's columns and articles cover more topics than Washington has lobbyists. Each is listed below, with a descriptive blurb. We don't know what a blurb is, but Maggie thinks they may be useful here.
  • Las Posadas, 2001
    "What is Christmas like in Mexico?" asked my friend, Edward. It didnít take much encouragement for me to eagerly share this experience:

  • Seabiscuit's Home: Willits
    In the cool, green quiet of Northern California, there lies the Republic of Willits. Some say it's a satellite of Texas, and might be the last stronghold of the American cowboy. There's a reason people say that.

  • How Do We Know We're Getting Old?
    Will we have to pluck chin hairs and put them on our balding heads? Will we shrink to the same height as Al Pacino? Will our upper arms look like we're wearing a kimono when we're not?

  • Roger Miller
    When people think of Oklahoma, they probably think of the Broadway musical of the same name, or maybe the wide open spaces, or the wit and wisdom for which its natives are famous.





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