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George A. Romero and my Night of the Living Dead

The cemetery in Evans City, Pennsylvania served as a backdrop for the George A. Romero film Night of the Living Dead. Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania is a quiet little town which sits in the westernmost part of the Keystone State. Current […]

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George A. Romero and my Night of the Living Dead

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The cemetery in Evans City, Pennsylvania served as a backdrop for the George A. Romero film Night of the Living Dead. Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania is a quiet little town which sits in the westernmost part of the Keystone State. Current […]

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Man and Woman Contemplating the Moon by Caspar David Friedrich Wikimedia Commons

Given the Space Between Trees

Space, like time, is psychological                                                                                  as well as physical                                                                                              —Georgia O'Keeffe        —Laleh and Ledan Bijani, 29-year-old Iranian twins                                 joined at the head, died

Father’s Day: Sherlock Holmes, My Father and Me

It took me seven years to land my first publishing contract — which is actually not terrible by industry standards. But it meant that I’d had the dedication on

An Occupation

I put my mask back on the hook and unlocked the door, letting myself in. My first breath was strained against an acrid stench and I checked to see

A Poem 4 The People

They say this poetry is for the people so lyrically I try to be the ultimate reality to their causality verbally switching the polarity of these sesame recipes like digesting seeds from

Herbie J Pilato talks TV icons in ‘Dashing, Daring and Debonair’

Robert Vaughn and David McCallum are two of the classic TV actors profiled in the new book, Dashing, Daring, and Debonair. (Wikimedia) Elizabeth Montgomery rarely gave interviews after her show

Gary Lockwood and Sally Kellerman from the Star Trek pilot episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before".

Star Trek, 2001 star Gary Lockwood: ‘I was a bad boy’

Gary Lockwood and Sally Kellerman in a screenshot from the Star Trek pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before." Very few actors are lucky enough to land that once-in-a-lifetime role;

Rendezvous on 66

“1957 Thunderbird. Man this car is sharp. It’s exactly like the car from American Graffiti. Check this out Will, white with the red interior.” Mike could hardly contain his

Al Capone: The legend and legacy

His mother, Theresa, attended daily Mass. His father, Gabriel, was a successful barber. His family and friends called him “Al.” His detractors labeled him “Scarface,” but never ever directly

Broken Legacy Blackfoot Indians

Broken Legacy

Broken Legacy I feel like a tourist whenever people elaborate on their family trees, and when I hear about family reunions, I’m a nomad in a land of clans. I have Blackfoot, Seneca, and Cherokee

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