Monthly Archives: July 2009

Barack in a Bottle

Click pic for closeup. By Mary Lyn Maiscott Hey, it’s summer. So let’s take a little wine break—and how about some politics with that Cab? Remember Obama’s reaction to a hieroglyph in an Egyptian pyramid a few weeks ago—“That looks … Continue reading

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The Devil and John Lennon

By Robert Rosen It’s a little too easy to ridicule the absurd premise at the heart of The Lennon Prophecy (New Chapter Press, 2008), Joseph Niezgoda’s examination of John Lennon’s death. In 1960, the author says, 20-year-old Lennon, in the … Continue reading

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Melissa McClelland Gets Her Kicks on Route 66

Near the entrance of the Chain of Rocks Bridge, part of Historic Route 66. By Mary Lyn Maiscott Last fall my brother, my sister, and I hiked across the Chain of Rocks Bridge in Missouri, where we grew up. Now … Continue reading

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