Whose Olympics?

By Sal Citarella To readers of RG: I had thrown the original of this article together rather spontaneously, when the world-wide pandemic had not appeared quite so daunting and the fate of the 2020 Olympics was still in doubt. Now… Read More ›

The Thrill is Still There

By Sal Citarella I’ve been watching the Indoor Nationals on TV, along with my Best Bud, Jack Daniel’s, and it still gets to me. Indoor track is special; it’s personal, intimate and immediate. The sound of the crowd, the smell… Read More ›

Rambling Roads: Coyote Days

By George A. Hancockrunnergah@comcast.net Coyotes are frequent visitors on my daily run. Hmm, maybe I need to rephrase that sentence. I’m a frequent visitor to the places coyotes roam. Coyotes are everywhere in Pennsylvania. Coyotes have found a great home… Read More ›

Rambling Roads: Do Over

By George A. Hancockrunnergah@comcast.net The New Year begins early on a Wednesday morning. Some folks are probably still celebrating. Others are sleeping, seeking rest for the new 2020 day. January 1, 2020 ushers in a do-over. Our New Year begins… Read More ›

A Christmas Carol

by Chuck Dickens Editor’s Note: We published Eben’s story over 15 years ago in RG. It’s as timely now as it was then. Please read and enjoy Eben’s running journey. With thanks to Chuck Dickens for sending it again. All… Read More ›