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Around Town: Creepy places, covered bridges, and moto tag

Shortly after purchasing my shiny new Triumph Speedmaster, I met up with the local Rider’s Association of Triumph (RAT). I have learned a lot from riding with the seasoned group of veterans that the local RAT pack is, made some good friends, and picked up a cool motorcycle game called “Landmark Moto Tag”. 967 more words


Rice Lake Township Firefighter Died From Unknown Illness

RICE LAKE TOWNSHIP, Minn. (AP) — Officials say a veteran firefighter died from an unknown illness while on a medical-emergency call north of Duluth.

According to the Minnesota State Fire Department Association, 57-year-old Randy Hiti of the Rice Lake Fire Department was responding to a call Wednesday night when he suffered a medical episode at his home. 88 more words


horrible swaying

In the cold waste.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

One is preoccupied, driven to distraction actually, by the Big Little Mayor’s announcement yesterday that he will be using the full power of City Hall to drive the decking over of the Sunnyside Yards and the subsequent installation of a housing complex in that space which would eventually be home to some 30,000 people. 415 more words

New York City

heavy and reeling

It’s all so depressing.

- photo by Mitch Waxman

Leaden footsteps carried me across the ice choked devastations of the Newtown Pentacle over the weekend. One desired to see his beloved Creek, after all. 307 more words

New York City


I had to go out to one of St. Louis’ big cemeteries today so I thought I would post this photo of Calvary in North St. 26 more words

St. Louis

Funeral Set For Late Mayor Jane Byrne

CHICAGO (CBS) – Trailblazing former Mayor Jane Byrne will be laid to rest Monday, after a funeral mass at a Lincoln Park church her grandparents attended. 205 more words


Commemorating the dead

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz celebrated a Mass to commemorate the dead at Calvary Cemetery Nov. 3, a day after All Souls’ Day. The outdoor liturgy is celebrated annually at Calvary and is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Louisville’s Catholic Cemeteries, one of the agencies supported by the Catholic Services Appeal. 47 more words

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