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THE BIG BAD WOLF

The legend of the Lone Wolf in recent history can probably be traced back to Lee Harvey Oswald, though he was more commonly referred to as the Lone… 984 more words

News

March 14, 1964 Sparky

Jacob Leon Rubenstein was a troubled child, growing up on the west side of Chicago. Marked a juvenile delinquent in his adolescence, Rubenstein was arrested for truancy at age 11, eventually skipping enough school to spend time at the Institute of Juvenile Research. 715 more words

History

DEATH AND TAXES

March 14th in history:

Warren G. Harding made history on March 14th, 1923, as the first president to file an income tax report.  This was 10 years after the 16th Amendment was ratified, legalizing income taxes in the U.S. 170 more words

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"The Resistance: View From Provence"

In my book “View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale” I speculated what might have happened if Lee Harvey Oswald had survived his assassination in Dallas, Texas on November 24th, 1963. 783 more words

Fiction

Slightly Used Telephone For Sale ...

What is the fascination people have for things that are tied to horrific events?  I don’t understand it, but clearly there is such a fascination, and some seem quite willing to spend more money on an old telephone than the average family earns in a decade or more. 451 more words

Social Commentary

Step Back In Time At The Texas Theatre

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OAK CLIFF (1080 KRLD) — The Texas Theatre has been a staple in Oak Cliff since the 1930s.

“C.R. McHenry, known as ‘Uncle Mack’ to everybody, owned two other theaters on Jefferson, and he had this dream about building a movie palace outside of downtown,” says Mary Katherine McElroy, Texas Theatre operations manager. 481 more words

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