I’m 75 this year and Garry turned 80. Both of us were absolutely, positively, totally sure the world at the end of our lives would be vastly different and far better than it was when our lives began. As far… Read More ›
It’s might be in the chalice from the palace or possibly in the vessel with the pestle. On the other hand, it might be in the flagon with the dragon. One of them has the brew that is true, but… Read More ›
I often wonder if Jean Renoir, the acclaimed French film director, had me in mind when he made his classic movie, “Grand Illusion.” That was 1937. I was 5 years from my debut on planet Earth. Still, it works for me . Why let facts muddy my creative juices?
Tragedy and farce: “Mister Roberts” and our misunderstanding of the WWII generation. – by Sean Munger – Sean Munger’s History and Culture Dispatches
Tragedy and farce: “Mister Roberts” and our misunderstanding of the WWII generation. One of the most beloved pieces of pop culture to come out of World War II has a tragic back-story connected to how we failed to understand the… Read More ›
“Lock n’ load” was the political slogan of a presidential candidate I was covering in the ’80’s. He wore a white Stetson and a gold string tie over his flowered cowboy shirt. As a reporter, I was objective and clear-headed…. Read More ›