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Publisher’s Corner

One moment can make a clock stop

  Tranquility and chaos rarely meet. Silver tools crashing against metal tables don’t calm nerves. Crackling plastic franticly ripped from sterile containers doesn’t slow heart rates. But tranquility and chaos did meet, right there under the surgical, stadium lights of …

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Will you be publisher of The Greensheet?

A lot has happened at The Greensheet in the past few months, and if you’re someone who picks up this paper each week, or a few times a month, I’d like to steal of few minutes of your time to …

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Sometimes people just want to lean back and read

Three months ago, our company bought The Greensheet and the paper you’re holding in your hands right now. In these three months, we’ve changed a few things (this weekly column being just one of them), but we’ve spent a lot …

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Thanksgiving is for gratitude, not gratification

We aren’t grateful for much anymore, are we? Can’t stand our politicians, hate our commute and puke when we look in the mirror. Come to think of it, we’re a rather miserable lot. This doesn’t seem like a fetching way …

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Help us help a few families for Christmas

When most people in Houston hear the words “The Greensheet,” they usually think of two specific things. First, they think about the jingle – the one that has played in grocery stores for years and the one that promises to …

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You learn a lot about people on airplanes

This column was written on board a United Airlines flight between Houston and Charlotte. I left home at 5 a.m. and discovered that what TV tells us is most important often really isn’t the case at all. When I take …

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