Places

Fortnight In Annapolis

Imagine me using the word “fortnight” as an answer to the question someone will ask tonight; “When did you get back to Annapolis?” Can you see me on Clay Street or Martin Luther King Boulevard answering that question with “fortnight?”… Read More ›

Small Towns, Big Hearts

Today, it seems we Americans are gawkers. We have stumbled on this wreck of our leadership, the economy, lack of secure boarders, growing poverty, unemployment, inept Obamacare, the mismanagement of leaving Iraq and Afghanistan, and worry about the future. As… Read More ›

Troubadour Larry

       Romance novelist Nora Roberts, who grew up in the same areas around Washington D.C. as I did, wrote; “If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always… Read More ›

Dangerous Paleface

 Bob Hope did a movie entitled “Son of Paleface,” about a northern city-slicker, graduate of Harvard, who went out west for the first time and entered a tough, western town on a miniature donkey.    There is an establishment known… Read More ›

Necromancy Nancy

 According to Astrology, this April will be one for the history books. In the skies, two eclipses, pink moons, Mars being ten times brighter, yellow stars and everything else out of a box of Lucky Charms cereal. But MAJOR CHANGES… Read More ›