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  • A Way With Words: David Steensma, MD Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016 | December 2016, Volume 2, Issue 12 | David Steensma, MD

    In this edition, David Steensma, MD, shares his lifelong love of word games and how he went from fighting over the newspaper puzzle page to crafting crosswords for ASH annual meeting attendees. When did your interest in crossword puzzles start? Did you enjoy puzzles growing up? My mother has long been an avid “cruciverbalist” – […]

  • The Music Man: Lawrence Kass, MD Thursday, September 1st, 2016 | September 2016, Volume 2, Issue 9 | Lawrence Kass, MD

    In this edition, Lawrence Kass, MD, tells us about his life in music – from playing and composing songs in high school to hosting “The Mighty Wurlitzer Radio Hour” to writing staged musicals. When did your interest in composing music start? I come from a musical background. Both of my parents were musicians. My father […]

  • Sawdust Memories: Louis M. Pelus, PhD Friday, June 24th, 2016 | July 2016, Volume 2, Issue 7 | Louis M. Pelus, PhD

    In this edition, Louis M. Pelus, PhD, discusses woodworking and his recent labor of love: building a crib for his grandson. When did your interest in woodworking start? The toys I grew up with are much different than what kids have today. I loved Tinker Toys and Lincoln Logs and building with wood – there […]

  • Through the Grapevine: Stanley L. Schrier, MD Thursday, April 28th, 2016 | May 2016, Volume 2, Issue 5 | Stanley L. Schrier, MD

    When did you become interested in wine and producing your own wines? My interest in wine started in the late 1960s, when I began drinking mostly Californian wines. Then, during a year-long sabbatical at Oxford University in 1975, I started seriously tasting wines. I joined Halifax House, one of the Oxford wine-tasting societies, and became […]

  • Staying En Pointe: Elizabeth Brem, MD Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 | April 2016, Volume 2, Issue 4 | Elizabeth Brem, MD

    In this edition, Elizabeth Brem, MD, discusses her love of dance – both teaching and performing. When did you start dancing? I started dancing when I was about five years old. My parents were looking for an outlet for my energy, but I was not athletically inclined. My mom took me to observe a ballet […]

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