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this day in crime history: may 26, 1977

On this date in 1977, police in New York City arrested George “The Human Fly” Willig on the 110th floor of the World Trade Center. His crime? 92 more words

True Crime

In Two Weeks

Two weeks from tonight I will be in Ashkelon as I begin a tour of Israel.

I hope that we get to Ashkelon early enough to see the sunset. 278 more words


processed trivia roundup

Rounding up the trivial, featuring shapes, cheeses, cheese foods, enigmas of the mysterious, rogue mercenary teams, and false memory…

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1. We learned about the hot dog recall and the nacho cheese botulism outbreak. 1,532 more words


Throwback Thursday-The Courage To Love (2000)

Our strongest sense is sometimes not our sense of smell or taste, but our gut. When we have nothing else to guide us, our gut will. 122 more words


There's no map on the back, but there's a handprint on the front and the handwriting has been altered.


The movie, National Treasure is a favorite of mine. It’s a fun romp, a historical-fantasy-mystery, and the Declaration of Independence is a key player—I’ve always been fascinated by the documents that helped establish the founding of our country—I was overjoyed when my former employer and friend, Norman Lear, bought the 23rd known copy of the Dunlap Broadsides and put it on tour across America for all of us to see.  513 more words


The Tragic History of Bustard Head Lighthouse, North Queensland.

Bustard Head Lighthouse in 1934 after being associated with at least five tragic deaths.
by Naomi Russo
ON 29 JUNE 1868 the Bustard Head Lighthouse in northern Queensland was lit for the first time. 421 more words

From the Editor's Desk: More Tips on Finding Your Voice

For the last month or two, those of us here at EBYR have been putting the final touch on the books for our Fall 2018 list. 836 more words