Category Archives: Family

Remembering Mike

Under construction and revision. Saturday, May 27, 2017 BAS Advertisements

Posted in Back East, Culture, Family, Moth Stories, Stories from my Life, Stories from the Jounrey, True Stories for Fake Times | 4 Comments

There is Justice in this World – more Campfire Tales

By Bruce A. Smith Back in the 1980s, I needed to sell one of my company’s pick-up trucks. It was a beat-up ol’ Ford with 154,000 miles on it, and I had put an ad in the paper asking $1,000. … Continue reading

Posted in Back East, Campfire Tales, Family, Folk tales and stories | 3 Comments

Barbsie Comes Home for Christmas – a submission to the Moth Story series

By Bruce A. Smith This story is my account of becoming aware of loving someone – in this case my sister – for the first time in my life. In the fall of 1958, when she was five and I … Continue reading

Posted in Back East, Family, Health, Moth Stories | 3 Comments

Fears of the Resistance – What will Trump and the Republican Juggernaut do to the country?

By Bruce A. Smith As the country ends its first week as Donald Trump as President-elect, fears of the coming Trump administration remain and the protests continue. Adding to this tension is the realization that the Republican Party now controls … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Environment, Family, Health, Paula Morris, Politics, Ramtha | 48 Comments

People take to the streets to protest the Trump presidency

By Bruce A. Smith Protest marches and rallies have sprung up across our nation in response to the election of Donald Trump. People are angry, and I am too. I applaud the protests and wish I had the means to … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Environment, Family, Politics | 12 Comments

Fran and the Volvo

By Barbara Jean Heller Behind the heavy double wooden doors, in its dark chamber resides a Volvo, a four-door sedan, circa 1992, locked. The garage is connected to the brick Tudor at 84 Jeff Street, Garden City. Behind its double … Continue reading

Posted in Barbara Jean Heller, Family, People Profiles, Remarkable men and women | 2 Comments

Eatonville Prepares for 4th of July Celebrations

  By Alana Smith There’s something enchanting about enjoying Independence Day the same way people have for decades, even if past generations weren’t able to Facebook their celebration “selfies.” It’s hard to beat spreading out a blanket and taking in … Continue reading

Posted in Eatonville News, Entertainment, Events, Family | 4 Comments