Quotation to live by:
"To the world you might be one person, but to one person you might be the world." - Unknown
Book on my nightstand right now:
Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer, by James L. Swanson.
Favorite author, fiction:
Favorite author, nonfiction:
"Footprints," by Ella and Robert Louis Scharring-Hausen and Carolyn J. Carty.
Favorite beach reading:
Any James Bond book.
Book other people praise but I never liked:
The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli.
A book that influenced how I live my life:
The Giving Tree, by Shel Silverstein.
TV show I'm not ashamed to admit I watch:
The Wiggles Show, on ABC. The Wiggles help me babysit my grandchildren.
TV show I hate to admit I like:
The Golden Girls, now on Lifetime.
Favorite comic strip:
There Oughta Be a Law, by Al Fagaly and Harry Shorten.
Movies I love so much I've watched them more than twice:
The Godfather, Forrest Gump and Michael.
Web site I visit regularly:
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If you turned my car radio on right now, it would be tuned to:
Magazines I read regularly:
Vette, Corvette Quarterly, Philadelphia Magazine.
Favorite type of music:
Last concert attended:
Cher, when her farewell tour came through.
Recording I play when my soul needs a lift:
"Out in the Street," by Bruce Springsteen.
Person in my field I most admire:
U.S. Rep John Lewis (D., Ga.).
Living person I'd most like to join for dinner and conversation:
Hero from history:
If I had the power to order all of the Philadelphia region to read one book, it would be:
Broken Windows, Broken Business: How the Smallest Remedies Reap the Biggest Rewards, by Michael Levine.
And here's why: