March 10, 2022

Back to the Barricades

By David Haldane March 10, 2022     For the first time in decades, I feel like an antiwar protestor. It’s not an entirely novel sensation. As […]
January 26, 2022

The Past Swept Away

By David Haldane January 27, 2021   There was something comforting about living across the street from a monument to history.   On Tuesday mornings, we’d […]
November 4, 2021

Reverence and Gratitude

By David Haldane Nov. 4, 2021   It all happened again last week. The salutes. The proud words of praise. The dual bugles playing reverie; the […]
September 3, 2020

Covid Re-awakening: The Bugle Returns

By David Haldane Sept. 3, 2020   Like the familiar voice of a friend, the soothing sound wafted in through the window and surrounded my bed. […]
February 13, 2020

Reveille

By David Haldane February 13, 2020 I have never been an early riser. Where I live, mornings are like hell on earth filled with the damnable […]
October 31, 2019

Drum Rolls

By David Haldane Oct. 31, 2019 It never gets old. No matter how many times I hear the drum rolls, see the flags raised, marvel to […]
October 24, 2019

The Buzz

By David Haldane Oct. 24, 2019   There was an unholy racket near my house the other night. Wait, I’m exaggerating; it was more like a […]
October 17, 2019

The Importance of Memory

By David Haldane Oct. 17, 2019 The dust was so thick that you couldn’t see the air. When it finally cleared, though, there was a sight […]