Monthly Archives: March 2012

The genius of Dr. Conan Doyle

by Wayne Wood Arthur Conan Doyle was a physician and spiritualist who created one of the most enduring fictitious characters in literature. When you watch an episode of  “NCIS” or “CSI,” you are still seeing his influence on storytelling and … Continue reading

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Going to school with the Monkees

by Wayne Wood On learning of the death of Davy Jones, Feb. 29, 2012 I rode to school in 1967 with the Ryan family down the street: Mom Frances at the wheel, with kids Kay, Barbara, Jimmy and little Mike, … Continue reading

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Anchor TVs and Furniture

by Christina Echegaray Kristi Skeeters never imagined that a television – used in most households daily – could permanently alter her family’s life, all in a split second. A little more than four years ago, her infant niece was just … Continue reading

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