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I revisited one of the great mysteries in life, at least so far as I’m concerned, on April 6.

I confronted this enigma at a concert featuring a tenor accompanied by a harp. For 90 minutes, I listened and watched as the harpist plucked out musical magic on a beautifully built collection of strings and pedals.

Some people blather on and on, jabbering forever on one subject. Not I.

The story I often tell about Steve Howe is the time he threw a baseball at my head. But more on that later.

There’s a lot of stories about Howe, the talented but troubled pitcher who bounced in and out of the major leagues while battling cocaine and alcohol for 17 years.

Recently, I’ve been traveling back to the television world of half a century ago.

As always, I uncovered a few interesting articles in the Sunday Billings Gazette — the first on a subject that always confounds me: dinosaurs and those that love them.

The eerie final flight of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 calls to mind another mystery flight that ended with the deaths of all aboard.

But while Flight 370 ended in the cold, deep waters of the southern Indian Ocean, according to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, the other flight came to earth in the barren Upper Midwest of the United States.