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A True Dog Story Courtesy of John Ward James Crane worked on the 101st floor of Tower 1 of the World Trade Center. He was blind so he had a golden
Bridge By The Lake By Ken Masson Slam hands crop up relatively infrequently so it is important not to miss those that do come your way.
Letters to the Editor Dear Sir: I’m really, really late in dropping you a line to tell you about some gratifying results that came La Ola’s
Welcome to Mexico! By Victoria Schmidt He Who Walks Along I see him every single day walking down one side of the carretera or the other.
Dark Shadows By Bob Koches How to start this story? Because it is about evil…and how many of you have faced evil? I don’t mean the normal,
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Front Row Center By Michael Warren The Pajama Game By Richard Adler and Jerry Ross Directed by Peggy Lord Chilton Music directed
Every Word Important By Herbert W. Piekow Every word a writer writes has meaning yes, sometimes they never get published or the book
LAKESIDE LIVING Sandy OlsonPhone: 331-283-8529Email: email@example.com September 2014 August
A Brief History of the Non-Sexual Use and Abuse of the English Tongue By John Ward English has been refined into an expressive tongue with a