Sampling from an interactive, arcane collection of aphorisms, pithy tales, and odd facts - mostly about the third planet from the sun and its strange inhabitants
They were four college students in the 'innocent' 1960s. To become the first men in an all female sorority, they set off for adventure in the wild wild west, east, south and north of Boston.
Life does not 'give' you a second chance. You have to reach out and grab it - just like Juan Gilesteban Rivera Mendez.
Codfresh Lake. They call this odd body of water on Cape Cod, a lake because there is no word in English for what it really is. Satanic, twisted, eerie, perverted - the lake is that and more.
There is no road leading to the graveyard. There are no headstones or markers inside. And yet, there is much to see and to feel in this secret place of interment of Princess Scargo and her lost tribe.
I have been near the flame of success. I have felt the heat from it, but have never been close enough to boil water - yet ! !!
A short tale of the days before split-second oatmeal, photos, and everything else instantly-gratifying.
I didn't really write this piece; it was pulled from a dusty corner of my mind and tapped out on my HP keys. Where there were gaps, I embellished, but it's pretty much an accurate word painting.
'The most unusual case in the history of crime' That's what the old detective said. And when he told me about it, I had to agree that he probably was right.
He was 320 pounds and looked like he played football for the New England Patriots. He was a gentle and peace loving man, unless you called him African-American. He taught me the real meaning color.
Apple two and Mac Users have long had the inimitable ‘Siri’ to chat with, get directions from, and track appointments with. Now, as a member of the much wider, but more maligned, circle of PC users, I have...
Update on eerie creature sightings and the film and TV documentaries about haunted New England
Newspapers are dying. There is a way to save them.......
The older I get, the more I know that although you cannot live in the past, it is very depressing if you do not visit it once in a while. I am there now: in my mind. It's the 1940s again. I am 8.
How hard are you willing to work to make your dream come true? How many years will you toil to get where you want to be? Here's a story of a man who has been chasing his dream for over 60 years.
A young country musician is offered a three year deal from a Nashville record company...but he has to leave home & tour Europe and Australia. He's torn between family & wanting to succeed in music.
Who Were the Greatest Actors of the Radio Era? Even after many decades these names may be surprisingly familiar!
Coffee War. The warriors: Dunkin Donuts, Yankee powerhouse, versus the Rebel forces named Starbucks. Who will win? Look to Canada for the answer.
Car manufacturers spend billions of dollars to develop new vehicles. Apparently by the time it comes to name the cars, there's no money left for research - so that's why some cars have idiotic names....................
How would JFK do in a figurative boxing match with his arch political foe, Richard M. Nixon. Read on to find out..........................
Sleep your way to health and happiness? It just night work!
High Paying Jobs for Senior Citizens. Many people think that is as real as 'Bigfoot'. But there are such things. Read on.......
Martial Arts Expert, Professor Tanaka Attacks and severely injures a fan. He is arrested and faces Judge Edward Lee in Court
Now forgotten, Haystack Calhoun was the biggest draw of pro wrestling during the Golden Era
To say that television killed radio is not quite accurate. The fact is that TV swallowed radio and regurgitated it with pictures.
From humble beginnings in Northern Maine, Dick Curlesss rose to the top of the Nashville heap with the truckin' classic "Tombstone Every Mile".
Nobody wants to hire old people - except me. Your pay is your age. If you are 90, you start at $90,000.00