Episode 421: Siberian tigers on the comeback, Portugal ditches coal, the delights of the Edinburgh Christmas Market, the genius of Billy Strayhorn, and more…

Good News: Siberian tiger paw tracks have been spotted in Russia, adding more evidence to their phenomenal decades-long comeback, Link HERE.

The Good Word: A lovely reminder about the splendor of winter from Anne Dudley Bradstreet.

Good To Know: A genuinely impressive fact about snow.

Good News: Portugal has become the latest European nation to fully abandon coal-fueled power, well ahead of their proposed schedule, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Visiting the first in a week-long roundup of great Christmas markets in Europe, take a virtual stroll sampling the foods at the Edinburgh Christmas Market, Link HERE.

Good One: Your weekly dose of good (?) humor.

Sounds Good: Happy birthday to the late, great Billy Strayhorn! Duke Ellington’s greatest collaborator, watch him here, performing his composition “Take The ‘A’ Train” with Duke and the orchestra, HERE.

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