A Random Tribute to Stan Coveleski

For a man whose career started as a 14-year-old breaker boy in the Pennsylvania coal mines--where he mucked through slag for 60 cents a day--Stan Coveleski sure came a long way. The Polish Prince was such a hard worker and endured so many hours underground he once said, “I got to thinking the sun only … Continue reading A Random Tribute to Stan Coveleski

Black Yarn: A Fictional Series (part 1/10)

BUCKNELL Let me start by saying I was mighty surprised when your kindly professor invited me here to the university to speak to all of you. I don’t get much chance, or much reason, to come up these parts too often. ‘Course, I only live a stretch up the road, just on the other side … Continue reading Black Yarn: A Fictional Series (part 1/10)