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Kenny Sailors: The man who invented the jump shot

Back in the late 40s and early 50s, I would occasionally attend pro basketball games at the Coliseum on Monroe Street in Northwest Baltimore, near Pennsylvania Avenue. Like the baseball/football stadium on 33rd Street, it is now part of our […]

Kenny Sailors: The man who invented the jump shot

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Back in the late 40s and early 50s, I would occasionally attend pro basketball games at the Coliseum on Monroe Street in Northwest Baltimore, near Pennsylvania Avenue. Like the baseball/football stadium on 33rd Street, it is now part of our […]

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Britain’s Paul Johnson Debunks Karl Marx, the Icon

Back in the 70s, the late author Tom Wolfe put out a hard- hitting, satirical piece entitled, “Radical Chic.” It was a put down of a ritzy party given

Northern Vancouver Island and the mighty Orcas

This year after our Mount Hood, Oregon family-related holiday, Ann and I took off for the wilds of Northern Vancouver Island, which included the blue, Inside-Passage waters of the

Demon Suicide: The haunting in our psyche

“There is but one serious philosophical problem and that is suicide.” — Albert Camus I recall stepping into a funeral parlor in my old neighborhood, Locust Point, located within walking

Richard Trumpka gets World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership

Richard L. Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, was presented Tuesday with the inaugural “World Peace Prize for Labor Leadership.” The event took place at the headquarters of the AFL-CIO,

Deep State: A modern day mystery

From the sensational murders of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Bobby Kennedy to the bloody lethal 9/11 attack, you can eventually count on an entity known

Roseanne Barr and Donald Trump: The Odd Couple

Roseanne Barr, a TV comedian, now 65 years-old, is riding high. Her family sitcom, which originally ran on ABC for nine years — 1988 through 1997 — is featured

Hitler rises to power: The making of a Nazi

Germany was defeated in WWI (1914-18). By mid-1919, it economy was in total shambles. It also suffered from a debilitating case of hyperinflation. Poverty, disease and starvation were widespread.

Mardi Gras in New Orleans: The mother of all celebrations

It was the thick of Mardi Gras season when I landed in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Saturday morning, February 3, 2018. It’s a celebration, a festival, a carnival, like

Black History Month poster celebrates achievements some have forgotten

The purpose of this “Poster” is to honor on February 1, 2018, the annual event known as “Black History Month.” To that end, I have utilized photos that I

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