DEATH OF A PRESIDENT – Marilyn Armstrong

THE END OF INNOCENCE, THE BEGINNING OF THE NIGHTMARE Last Friday was the day. Now, fifty-six years later, I feel like that was the beginning of our national nightmare. At the time, everyone remembered exactly where they were and what they were doing when President Kennedy was assassinated. Then came 9/11 and now, 18 years … Continue reading DEATH OF A PRESIDENT – Marilyn Armstrong

THE LIGHT IN THE CORNER – Rich Paschall

The Way We Were, Rich Paschall Memories light the corners of my mind Misty water-colored memories of the way we were. It has occurred to me that the formative moments of my lifetime have no point of reference for anyone born after 1990. I have sometimes referred to events that I remember well, only to … Continue reading THE LIGHT IN THE CORNER – Rich Paschall

NATIONAL AND PERSONAL TRAGEDIES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

Everyone who was over the age of five on November 22, 1963, remembers where they were when they heard that President Kennedy had been shot. It was a seminal moment in most people’s lives. I was in a ninth grade math class taught by my crusty, no nonsense math teacher, Miss Rosenthal. It was the … Continue reading NATIONAL AND PERSONAL TRAGEDIES – BY ELLIN CURLEY

11-22-63 – ASSASSINATION OF A PRESIDENT

THE END OF INNOCENCE, THE BEGINNING OF THE NIGHTMARE Today is the day. Fifty-four years later. I remember it. Do you? It's weird watching the documentaries commemorating events I remember. It's the Kennedy assassination this month. Just about every station, network and cable, are doing specials on John F. Kennedy. For us, it's a trip down memory … Continue reading 11-22-63 – ASSASSINATION OF A PRESIDENT

ASSASSINATION OF A PRESIDENT

  Today is the day. Fifty-three years after the event. I remember it. Do you? It's weird watching the documentaries commemorating events I remember. It's the Kennedy assassination this month. Just about every station, network and cable, are doing specials on John F. Kennedy. For us, it's a trip down memory lane. Or nightmare alley. I was … Continue reading ASSASSINATION OF A PRESIDENT

TIME AND THE ASSASSINATION OF JFK: 11/22/63, STEPHEN KING

Don't let the title fool you. This book is about a lot more than time travel, the Kennedy Assassination or any single thing. It's about life, loss, change and human relationships. What makes it so brilliant is that all of these elements are bundled together into a book that will make you laugh, cry, and think. If … Continue reading TIME AND THE ASSASSINATION OF JFK: 11/22/63, STEPHEN KING

BEST BOOK EVER ON TIME TRAVEL AND THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: 11/22/63, STEPHEN KING

Don't let the headline fool you. It's about a lot more than either time travel, the Kennedy Assassination or any other single thing. It's about life, loss, change and human relationships. What makes it so brilliant is that all of these elements are bundled together into a book that will make you laugh and cry … Continue reading BEST BOOK EVER ON TIME TRAVEL AND THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: 11/22/63, STEPHEN KING