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Three Women in Arizona

We see three women in Arizona

On a rocky pull-out above the stinking, rushing truckstop.

Clunked out van, sliding door open, circulating dry heat.

Cardboard sign markered “Need gas.” 57 more words


Redefining Normal

Every culture around the world has ideas about what is normal and what is not. Unfortunately, here in America people with physical disabilities are seen as not normal. 501 more words

Technology Helps Aspiring Visually Impaired Musicians

New program aids visually impaired drummer
Hannah Sparling, hsparling@newarkadvocate.com

NEWARK – Before, 13-year-old Josh Shady had to tote around binders full of large-print music.

If a song fit on one page for his classmates, Josh, who is visually impaired, would need about eight. 145 more words

Drum News

3-year-old Nevada golfer with one arm inspires

MESQUITE, NV (KSNV/CNN) – This week more than 60 golfers with disabilities tee’d off at a long drive championship in Mesquite, Nevada.

They set an important example for one three-year-old budding golfer, who’s got quite a swing. 351 more words



“The legs of the lame are not equal: so is a parable in the mouth of fools’ (Proverbs 26:7, KJV).

Did you know October 16 was… 673 more words


Some Parking Arrogance.

A few days ago, the MDGOP put out a mailer featuring Democrat Delegate Norm Conway (District 38B) wearing a ski mask and attacking him for various political stances he’s taken. 563 more words

Roadscapes Wednesday: The Handicap Sign Is Getting A Makeover

Everyone knows the handicap sign.  You see it everywhere you go, especially in parking lots.  The old handicap sign was designed in 1968 by Danish student Susanne Koefoed in a competition.   414 more words