Allen Toussaint – A Remembrance (RIP)

National Obituary Review

Allen Toussaint – A Remembrance (RIP)

0 Comments 10 November 2015

When you talk about heavy hitters in the music that is most influential in my life you don’t get any heavier than Allen Toussaint. The first time I came in contact with Toussaint and his music was a fortuitous coincidence. …

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The Written Word

Sexy Memoirs: Chapter 10 – The waiting is the hardest part

0 Comments 20 September 2015

I could still smell her lust on me…i take a deep breath and the memories prompted by her scent is the closest thing to a time machine since doc and the Delorean. Our desires have been fulfilled but already our …

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Poetry, reins

The Eugene-Gate Files: A Dream Sequence

0 Comments 01 September 2015

We rented a rundown banquet hall on the other side of town for my farewell party and made it on a Monday from 2- 3:15pm in hopes that nobody would show up.  Just in case I sent my stand in.…

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Poetry, reins

A Glimmer of Light Through the Black Sun

0 Comments 01 September 2015

Devastation can lead to triumph Bad intentions, good intentions, no intentions Can all lead down a dark road if not carefully monitored It’s what is done when the road is at its darkest that makes the difference Hopefully someone or …

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Shades of Gray

Sexy Memoirs Chapter 9: Silhouettes of Sex

0 Comments 05 August 2015

“I really enjoy the shade when your blocking the light” is what I said to her while she stood there naked in the window as the sunrise begins to shine into our double bed suite at the now debunked Best …

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Ask Norman

Dear Norman: Shenanigans vs. Rough-Housing

0 Comments 21 July 2015

Dear Norm, I recently had my ears boxed by an old pal. It was the first time for me and, boy, did it hurt! Now, I’m a fun-loving guy. I like to ‘mix it up’ with my pals. But, to …

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Shades of Gray

Tuck of the Week!

0 Comments 16 July 2015

This week’s submission comes from a promising young prospect from our “Junior Writers With Promise” program: Felicity from Rhode Island. Great job by you Felicity! Tweet This Post

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Checking It Out, Shades of Gray

Musings From The Thought Machine: Human Memory vs. Computer Memory

0 Comments 15 July 2015

Socrates may have been mistaken about the effects of writing (not to mention the scientific method), but he was wise to warn us against taking memory’s treasures for granted. His prophesy of a tool that would “implant forgetfulness’ in the …

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Features, Shades of Gray

Navigating The Lob: Wimbledon Championship 2015 Round Up

0 Comments 13 July 2015

Enthusiasts, The championship match at Wimbledon yesterday was a great day for tennis, cheese dip & day drinking. I sat down with a virgin box of Wheat Thins, fancy cheese spread and a few Long Trail Summer Ales. The morning …

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Features, Winston Churchill Misquotes

Winston Churchill Misquotes

0 Comments 13 July 2015

You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. Now let go of that biscuit. It’s the last one and I’m the Prime Minister. NOT YOU.” – Winston Churchill Tweet This Post

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