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We’ve all been transported by music—swept away, taken out of ourselves. It’s what the Lovin’ Spoonful meant in “Do You Believe in Magic” when John Sebastian sang about “a smile on your face and you don’t even know how it got there”; it’s part of what Pentecostal preachers mean when they damn rock ‘n’ roll as devil music; it’s what theorists mean when they bump into the limits of their theories and start talking about the ineffable. 2,329 more words
BRAINTREE (CBS) – Hurricane Sandy damaged Loreen Kubek’s roof in 2012 but in the process it uncovered some buried treasure.
While repairing the roof, Kubek found some savings bonds tucked away in an attic crawl space. 282 more words
I arrived in New York City from Milan 8 years ago. Almost immediately I noticed pennies on the ground. Well, ever the superstitious Paddy, I picked up each one and pocketed it, parroting, “See a penny pick it up and all that day you’ll have good luck.” 522 more words
In June 2013, I was at the local post office shipping a package. The clerk gave me the total shipping cost to mail my package and as I reached into my wallet to pay this single Angel penny (I later discovered it was from Taiwan) fell on the counter. 444 more words