Halloween lets us be something or someone we are not. It also lets us cut loose and go a bit crazy.
Archives for October 2013
The immediate effect of implementing the bill will be to direct the Federal Government to pay some undetermined but undoubtedly large sum of money directly to insurance companies to subsidize health insurance for younger people who lack employer benefits
I find it ironic that solar power is classified as alternative energy whereas fossil fuel is not. So let’s turn this concept upside down and ask Fern to shed a little light on the matter.
What propels our bio-clock has mesmerised generations — right from the days of philosopher-scientist Aristotle. The working of the bio-clock is apparent not only through the process of our sleep-wake cycle, but also the regulation of body temperature, tolerance to pain, hormone levels, and so on.
Route 66, which travels through Oklahoma, has been a popular route to take for many decades. In Arcadia, OK which is a small community just east of Edmond, OK., a restaurant emerged named Pops.
If you have ever watched Forrest Gump, you might have felt, once the credits began rolling, a plethora of emotions. Sorrow and yet happiness, guilt and yet hope. If that film touches anything, it is compassion.
Cell phones have deprived me of safety on the highway, the quiet use of libraries, and the enjoyment of movies.
Matt Politano’s photographic prints represent a capivating fusion of myth and reality.
During the latter part of June this year I had the privilege of spending 48 hours in Toronto with one of Britain’s top comedians, Michael Palin.
Finding myself in a new state, working, going to college and homeless was quite an experience, but it was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.