Stevie Love returns with more sound advice
Steve Eighinger

Stevie Love returns with more sound advice

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Doctor of Love providing advice to the forlorn, those Herald-Whig readers who are suffering from the slings and arrows of love's outrageous fortune.

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Except for the bridge thing, first 20 years in Quincy have been great
Steve Eighinger

Except for the bridge thing, first 20 years in Quincy have been great

It dawned on me just the other day I am nearing my 20th anniversary of calling Quincy home. Two thoughts immediately entered my mind upon that personal discovery.

Your Turn/Jenna Crabtree
Your Turn

Your Turn/Jenna Crabtree

Your Turn/Jenna Crabtree

Put away the winter coats, spring has sprung
Steve Eighinger

Put away the winter coats, spring has sprung

This spring's weather patterns have been frustrating, to say the very least. And the term "spring" is being used quite loosely, considering just a few days ago we were again confronting temperatures in the 30s.

'Sugar, Sugar' is one sweet memory
Steve Eighinger

'Sugar, Sugar' is one sweet memory

I'll probably embarrass myself with this admission, but one of my favorite periods of pop music was the bubble-gum era. I've never been certain how that "bubble gum" label came to be, other than some disc jockey felt that particular era of music was too "

Your Turn/Larry Shepherd
Your Turn

Your Turn/Larry Shepherd

Your Turn/Larry Shepherd

It's time to return to the lunch counter
Steve Eighinger

It's time to return to the lunch counter

I'll be the first to admit I love lunch, virtual or otherwise. That's why I'm kind of excited to bring back a regular feature of this column for almost a decade, the "Lunch With Steve" segment.

A cookie by another name is a ... ?
Steve Eighinger

A cookie by another name is a ... ?

The thought was a simple one. "I think a cookie should be classified as a pastry," I said during a discussion with a friend. "Anything found in the bakery should be labeled a pastry." The mistake I may have made was placing that thought on Facebook.

Your Turn/Peggy Koetters
Your Turn

Your Turn/Peggy Koetters

Your Turn/Peggy Koetters

What were they thinking?
Steve Eighinger

What were they thinking?

They're ba-a-a-ack. It's been a few months, but the "Morons of the Month" have returned. Today marks the 111th celebration of those who have made bad choices, bad decisions or were simply being bad.