Month: March 2015

THE FIRE THIS TIME

She had been frozen in time. And in reality. Now slowly, steadily, she dripped, dripped, dripped. A thawing. Flash frozen when she fell into the crevice between sections of the massive glacier which had covered what would someday be upstate New York. The weather… Read More ›

A HALF HOUR RADIO SHOW

See on Scoop.it – Books, Writing, and Reviews This site hosts the original broadcasts of the cult radio comedy show “A Half Hour Radio Show,” syndicated around the US in the early 1990’s. Marilyn Armstrong‘s insight: When I was in… Read More ›

BIG GUY AND THE CARDINAL

Garry was working weekends that decade, so whatever stuff happened on Sunday was part of his beat. This particular Sunday, the old catholic cathedral near our condo in Roxbury, was going to host Cardinal Bishop Bernard Law. It was a big deal for the neighborhood’s… Read More ›

URBAN MYTH?

Once upon a time, there was a company who had a great idea. Create a platform on which all kinds of people could come and do whatever they wanted. They could write, show off their photography or paintings, even show… Read More ›