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Ric Seaberg
Born in Chicago. Where the weak are killed and eaten.
Born in Chicago. Where the weak are killed and eaten.
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A Tour of My Old Man Armchair
Marie suddenly burst forth into sarcastic laughter last eve as we communed by the TV, dog curled up, "Wives with Knives" or some such mindless fluff on the tube, she lying on the couch, and me all cozy and comfy with my lap quilt, sitting in my completely a...

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My Friend Tim
2015 My friend Tim Ellis slipped this mortal coil yesterday, having valiantly fought that damn cancer in the recent past. Perhaps some of you heard of the magnificent benefit concert held in Tim’s honor last month, at Portland’s newly remodeled “Revolution ...

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Ric Seaberg's Homemade Croutons
My diet consists mainly of high protein, low carb foods, owing to the fact that my bod doesn't process sugars as it should, and likes to tip the glucose scale right to the edge of 7, making me a perennial pre-diabetic, well, let's just say diabetic. So no i...

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Christmas 2015
I have been thinking about my step-son Blaine, and Christmas, and how we will be holidaying this year without him. Kinda got a hole in my heart over here. Oh, how Blaine loved to get together with peeps and just socialize to the hilt. It has been said many ...

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There Goes Rhymin' Pie Man
When my days as a rock star wannabe ended in 1971, I was squirmy. I had a couple years of college under my belt, and I probably could have gone back to finish, but to be honest, that didn't sound so good. Also, I already had one daughter, and another on the...

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Ric Seaberg's Stovetop Potpourri!
I am certain that the zip codes of America and elsewhere are lined with kitchen addicts like myself who have discovered and rustled up some stovetop potpourri in their homes for eons. But I thought I would post my own little version, which I enjoy making ve...

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I Don't Drive
This weekend my wife Marie is attending the XOXO Festival and Conference, described online as “an experimental festival celebrating independently produced art and technology”. On the second day of the conference, she ran into my friend Jonathan Mann, the fa...

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Pieces of Portland
An inside look at America's weirdest  city  Written by Marie Deatherage/ Photos by Joyce Brekke My pluperfect spousal unit Marie is a professional writer. Like a real writer. When we met in 1997 and began our courtship, she had been working for a foundation...

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Pieces of Portland
An inside look at America's weirdest  city Written by Marie Deatherage/ Photos by Joyce Brekke My pluperfect spousal unit Marie is a professional writer. Like a real writer. When we met in 1997 and began our courtship, she had been working for a foundation,...

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Vehicular Tuneage
I guess it was sometime in 2001 when Marie and Blaine called me out onto our front porch to ask me if I had heard CarTalk on NPR that day. Then Marie repeated to me a caller's story from the show, giggling all the way. I could tell you the whole story, but ...
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