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Dean Koontz’s The City: The City Personified

Pages into the latest Dean Koontz, I was reminded of the Red Hot Chili Peppers song, “City of Angels.” It chronicles the exploration by the singer as he struggles within Los Angeles, to understand himself and realize his potential with … Continue reading

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Six Things I Learned From Mom (A Mustard Seed Musing)

I could write about the time my mom beat the snake to death in the driveway with a softball bat, and then carefully placed it in a glass jar so my biologist dad could identify whether it was poisonous or … Continue reading

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42: A Living Legacy (Movie Review)

I’ve always marveled at the Civil Rights movement, as idealistic individuals on different sides of the color line worked together to overturn the laws of discrimination against African Americans. Some thought them crazy, others thought they were right, many more … Continue reading

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