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John Kays identifies timeless remnants from our past that will endure, or be admired by future generations.

Sharon Tate a Life, by Ed Sanders – POWER Book Review

Introduction - Charlie's on the Ropes! Friday, January 6th, 2017 - After a mountain of bullshit has gone down! Through the years, I have accumulated...

Top Ten Movies of 2016

2016 was a lousy year for me, since I worked so hard for the Democrats and Hillary Clinton. Yet Hillary lost, so I was...

Is the Phoenix Serial Street-Shooter Really Hispanic?

I Introduction: The Phoenix 'Serial Street-Shooter' On Thursday, July 14th (Bastille Day), the same day as a horrific terrorist attack on the French Riviera in...

Kaleidoscopic Prisms: The Top-Ten Psychedelic Albums of the 1960s!

The Black Obelisk Even Shows-Up in Dallas, Texas! (Wednesday, 04/20/2016) Attempts to size up what was behind the 'Black Obelisk' (I favor the theory that...

Sizing Up the Rhoden Family Murders

An Obsession With the Rhoden Case Friday, May the 13th, marks a three-week milestone in the unbelievable mass murder of eight members of the Rhoden...

Rhoden Family Massacre of Eight Not Adding Up!

The Murders I first heard about the Rhoden execution-style homicides in Piketon, Ohio, last Friday afternoon (April 23rd), while watching primary coverage on MSNBC. I've...

Austin Martin Launches a New Line of High-End Fashion Fitness Apparel!

Can you be fashionable when making a beeline to the gymnasium to get your daily dose of fitness? Apparently so, according to a rising star in the growing sector of fitness fashion design, Austin Martin (located in Houston, Texas)...

Sleeper Agent’s ‘About Last Night’ Sounds Like British New Wave Pop!

This is my first encounter with Sleeper Agent and I like what I'm hearing so far (and what I'm seeing as well). Sleeper Agent recalls that whole New Wave British Pop Band surge for me, more so than Grunge ala Nirvana.

In ‘Dallas 1963’, We Go Back In Time To Get A...

Dallas 1963, by Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis (12 Twelve), is written as if it's happening right now; how could the authors present the story of Dallas (1960-1963) in just this fashion?

Beach Boys’ ‘Good Vibrations Tour’ DVD Demonstrates the Surf Band’s Timelessness

Brian and his brothers Carl and Dennis Wilson, who are no longer with us, along with cousin Mike Love and a childhood friend of Brian's, Al Jardine, have some carefully guarded secrets in their musical treasure-trove.