He did not recover, disappeared into a pauper's grave because
Ellen/Nellie couldn't even pay the fine to keep herself out of
jail, much less afford last rites for her son.
Running Up DownhillAmerican society learned the hard way before it finally made
its No. 1 drug, Alcohol, legal. America still finds it hard to
practice what it learned. Pity its roots in Puritan definitions.
Arthur Danin Adler
No NoseI had really lovely experiences in an improv class with a
teacher I won't name. How clear he was about what he would
and would not accept. He called it the smell test.
The Apology It has been almost 50 years, but the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences has issued a formal apology to Native
American activist Sacheen Littlefeather. Les Marcott
Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness: Poems for Autumn
To meteorologists, autumn begins on September first. The fall
is my favorite season here in the mid-Atlantic, so here's a few
poems to get the season started. Gregory Luce
The Designated Hitter Rule:
A Legacy of Racism, A Stratagem of Greed A momentous change has occurred in Major League Baseball:
for the first time in the game's history, pitchers are
not allowed to bat.Patrick Walsh
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