What started as colon cancer had spread throughout his body.
Marty Catalano and Jim Busek found a lot of the same things noteworthy as the days passed.
The privilege of writing this column every week is one of the best things that ever happened to him.
Columnist attended every Ohio University football game this year — all 12, home and away.
Columnist remembers a kind Norwalk man who would do anything for you and never wanted to be the center of attention.
Several themes emerged from Jim Busek’s 50 trips.
‘Something about the whole barbershop environment that made me feel kind of grown up.’
Meek’s Pastry is gone but not forgotten.
Coach John Livengood at the helm of a program that’s been successful for 26 years.
Google “Jim Busek” and you’ll get 92,000 results.
From lying under the open stars to appreciating man-made creations, Busek recalls his favorite memories.
The changing usage of credit cards has columnist remembering the good old days.
He’s been up to his elbows in video nostalgia.
He have been playing against the imaginary Cleveland Indians — his grandson.
“I can play the ‘used to have’ game all day long.”