Monthly Archives: April 2013

NO PLACE FOR TRAGEDY AT A SPORTING EVENT

   Sporting events were created to spotlight the thrill of friendly competition, as well as the victories that can only come from both hard work and fair play.  They should not be the settings for tragedies on a scale greater … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING CARMINE INFANTINO

   Two days ago, on the same day that film critic Roger Ebert died, another icon of a different sort also passed away – namely, comic book artist (and former DC publisher)  Carmine Infantino, who began his career during the … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING ROGER EBERT

   Whether or not you agreed with Roger Ebert’s movie reviews and opinions about motion pictures in general (including 3-D, given Ebert’s own likes and dislikes concerning the industry as a whole), you certainly had to admire the courage and … Continue reading

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THE KOREAN CONUNDRUM

   The recent news stories concerning North Korea are already giving the world cause for concern – and with good reason.  But then, that’s not surprising – it’s just part of the ongoing conflict between both North and South Korea … Continue reading

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A FEW WORDS FROM YOURS TRULY–4/2/13

   It’s been over a month since I wrote my last blog article for a variety of reasons – some of them health-related, others weather-related (for those of you who’ve had to cope with the Winter weather that’s affected most … Continue reading

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