Month: July 2019

Fr. Jonathan Wilson

Let’s begin this exploration of portrait photography with a frame of Fr. Jonathan Wilson standing at the rear of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church before saying his first Sunday Mass after assuming duties as the new pastor succeeding Fr. Charles Klinger.

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Muirfield Village With Three Photogs – Archive

Photographers Terry Gilliam, left, Mark Hall, second from left, and Chris Kasson, right, pose with me for a photo in this undated photo from the darkroom at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin. The only time this darkroom in the lower level of the new clubhouse was used was during Memorial, the Sondheim Cup, and the Ryder Cup. For those of you who are too young to know or your memories have failed, Gilliam is holding a roll of color film, probably one he shot at the tournament.

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Yes, Deep-Fried Barbecue Ribs

One day near July 4th for the past 15 years there’s a party on Timberbank Lane. It’s main food attraction is barbecued ribs prepared by about 10 chefs each hoping that their choice of ribs, rub, sauce, and preparation will win the title of The Rib King of Timberbank Lane.

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