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‘Cave People’ And The Dawn Of Civilization

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‘Cave People’ And The Dawn Of Civilization

THE SONIC BOOMER I have been thinking about cavemen. I think about them far too much, especially when wondering how things evolved. I think cave people, in general, get a bad rap. We tend to think of them as slow and dull-witted when, the truth is, they were constantly chasing down their food and also invented the wheel. The wheel! Can you imagine what our lives more...

Deborah Welky

Sam Morton, An Equestrian ‘Jack Of All Trades’

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Sam Morton, An Equestrian ‘Jack Of All Trades’

TALES FROM THE TRAILS Sam Morton has been to a lot of places, met a lot of people and knows a lot about horses. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he grew up in North Carolina. But his real education occurred in Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountain country. “I worked on a lot of ranches,” he recalled. “Big spreads of 78,000 or 90,000 acres. Lots of Thoroughbreds. People more...

Ellen Rosenberg , Equestrian

‘Beauty And The Beast’ Is A Wonderful Remake

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‘Beauty And The Beast’ Is A Wonderful Remake

‘I’ ON CULTURE The new Beauty and the Beast still fits the lyric “Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme,” as it weaves its magic. Although it’s a more or less live version of the wonderful 1991 Disney cartoon (after all, the candlesticks, clocks, etc., are computer-generated), it makes a real change. The earlier 84-minute film was like a dessert more...

Leonard Wechsler

APAHA Hosts Training Clinic At White Fences

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APAHA Hosts Training Clinic At White Fences

TALES FROM THE TRAILS The weekend of Feb. 4-5 featured perfect weather: cool with a slight breeze, making it a crime to stay inside. And, for a fortunate few, inside was not where they were. The 70 or so auditors sat in plastic chairs around one of the prettiest covered arenas in Palm Beach County, at Mary Anne McPhail’s White Fences Equestrian Estate in more...

Ellen Rosenberg , Equestrian

‘Kong’ Film A Mindless Way To Spend Two Hours

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‘Kong’ Film A Mindless Way To Spend Two Hours

‘I’ ON CULTURE Kong: Skull Island is a big-budget B movie, filled with huge special effects and held down by a bad script. Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts clearly wanted a great Kong vs. a “Worse Monster” flick and somehow seemed to forget the part about having the humans do something, anything, that might really be interesting. If you want a mindless couple of more...

Leonard Wechsler

Parking Duty Often Requires Anger Management

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Parking Duty Often Requires Anger Management

THE SONIC BOOMER So here’s the deal: I was running an event where parking was going to be an issue. Knowing this in advance helped, because I had time to get signs printed that read: “No parking on this side of the street. Park on the next block.” There was plenty of room on the next block, but that meant, you know, that people would have to walk. FitBits aside, more...

Deborah Welky

Appreciative Crowd At EAF Althea Event

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Appreciative Crowd At EAF Althea Event

TALES FROM THE TRAIL The weather provided a perfect backdrop for the show: cool, windless, a nearly full moon rising. The Global Dressage Stadium was sold out on the evening of Sunday, Feb. 12 for Althea, a Cavalia-type equestrian show supporting the Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF). The EAF is a nonprofit organization that assists equestrians coping with more...

Ellen Rosenberg , Equestrian

When It Comes ‘Spring Ahead,’ I Do Not Agree

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When It Comes ‘Spring Ahead,’ I Do Not Agree

THE SONIC BOOMER Sunday night is the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, something I will never understand and, as an American, therefore hate. “Spring Forward, Fall Back” is the amusing little ditty we humans (who are absolutely stuffed with gray matter from the neck up) have devised in order to help us remember what the heck to do. We are told that, in the more...

Deborah Welky

‘Logan’ Is A Superhero Movie With A Soft Heart

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‘Logan’ Is A Superhero Movie With A Soft Heart

‘I’ ON CULTURE New film Logan is one of the best examples of how superhero movies can be when their characters are not simply being… well, superheroes. The most recent version of that type was X-Men: Apocalypse, where one group of good superheroes goes against a group of bad ones. That gets boring; we know who will win. In the new movie, Logan (Hugh Jackman) more...

Leonard Wechsler

RIP Uncle Jack, My Family’s Eternal ‘Wild Child’

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RIP Uncle Jack, My Family’s Eternal ‘Wild Child’

THE SONIC BOOMER My Uncle Jack has died, and that means our family has lost its primary source of shock and awe. Uncle Jack, the fifth of five brothers, lived in the shadow of the others and tried — all his life — to distinguish himself. This is a common problem for the youngest sibling. Mom and dad have pretty much seen it all by the time this baby makes his more...

Deborah Welky