Category Archives: Heroes and Legends

Bowling for Dollars

A cold, chilly December afternoon at RFK stadium in Washington DC, watching your team go down to UCLA Bruins in the Eagle Bank Bowl 2009, almost but not quite dampens the ardour of an unlikely set of football supporters, determined to experience the atmosphere of The Big Game. Continue reading

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Wake of the Flood

Synchronicity refers to events that are meaningfully, though not causally, related. Maurice Rapf, Ray Bradbury and Stan Boucher each led extraordinary lives. The story told here, examines some related coincidences of nature that occured when their final chapter was written. Continue reading






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My Secret Life With Lou

A couple of chance encounters with Lou Ferrigno of The Incredible Hulk fame resonates deeply with the author, recalling previous episodes involving motor vehicles and how Lou always seemed to be three for him – a pillar of strength. Continue reading






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