It doesn’t surprise me that two kittens managed to stop the New York City subway for more than an hour while they frolicked on the tracks near one of the stops.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
When the Madera High School graduates of 1963 meet in October to celebrate their 50th class reunion, there can be no doubt that some of them will turn back the clock to that night a half century ago when the
Labor Day, the last summer holiday, starts, well, probably around early afternoon today. And if nobody is (supposedly) working Monday, shouldn’t it be called Non-Labor Day?
As one of my part-time jobs, I serve as a security guard. Knocking against my thigh with each step, my heavy duty flashlight hangs from my utility belt.
“Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hearing once again on Wednesday the words of the Rev. Dr.
Beginning in 1763, Charles Mason, a British astronomer, and Jeremiah Dixon, a British surveyor and amateur astronomer, began mapping out the line of demarcation between slave states and free states.