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12-10-19 Reality

In the past few years, a lot of talk has been circulating about the proliferation of “fake” news and photographs. This is the result of technological advances that provide the means to alter and deliver representations of “alternate realities.” Manipulation of...

12-3-19 A dark and stormy night

An oft-used phrase that indicates something secretive, sinister and unwelcome can be appropriate when setting the mood for fearful contemplation and unease. In this case, the subject is worthy of an Edgar Allan Poe story of hubris and impending doom. Short days and...

11-26-19 Thanksgiving

The last Thursday of November is a special day, devoted to family and fellowship in recognition of the serendipity of life. Each of us was set on a path to travel during our existence in this reality. Some have been blessed with advantages of birth and circumstance...

11-19-19 Utopia

Editorial     Utopia   In the town of Pleasureville, there is universal peace and tranquility. Residents have transcended the mundane challenges of housing, traffic and income. Here, all live in towering high-rise apartment/condominiums that abut mass...

11-12-19 Veterans Day

Veterans Day, a day of hope and honor   Veterans Day, November 11, 2019, has come and gone, but the sentiment remains; a moment to honor those who have served in the armed forces of the United States of America. While Memorial Day commemorates all who lost their...

11-05-19 The Night the Lights Went Out

Although far from a murder in a small southern town in Georgia, the soulful ballad of a man done wrong and hung for his troubles is appropriate for the misery and angst associated with the recent de-energizing shutoffs of the electric grid. Just as Vicki Lawrence’s...