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The philosophy behind The Time Warp.
It is time for the Church to come to grips with child sexual abuse by its clergy.
Come with us to the dinosaurs at Cabazon, California. They stand by the side of I-10 as a holdover from the days when California Kitsch architecture was king.
The Cabazon dinosaurs when they were young and under construction.
A city can define itself in many ways - some not particularly ready for prime time.
Sari Biro was one of the pre-eminent pianists of the twentieth century. As a woman she clearly demonstrated that women can successfully be judged by the same artistic standards as men - this at a time when the highest compliment a woman pianist could receive was that "she played like a man."
Dr. Mervyn Long writes about this particularly male phenomenon.
Geographer C.L. "Kit" Salter uses a late T'ang Dynasty poem by Meng Chio to make a compelling argument for teaching history in it's geographical context.
Gary Fisher writes on the positive aspects of breaking our habituation to unpleasant events.
Lew Daniels writes on how nature can redefine an instrument of war.
Armchair World's interview with science fiction legend Forrest Ackerman. This famous science fiction pundit has represented many of the great science fiction writers of this century, has appeared in over 52 science fiction and horror films, has been an editor of numerous fanzines and has amassed a major collection of science fiction literature and memorabilia in over 70 years of collecting.
What is a MetaRock? It just might be a means for keeping archeological fragments on the site where they belong instead of in the pockets of would-be private collectors. Read on...
What happened to the Brown Derby, Perino's, Bullock's Wilshire, and the Assistance League? find out and more...
Vietnam veteran Bill Hilliard remembers the day that John Kennedy was assassinated, what he was thinking and how it changed his life.
Artist and writer Keith Kirts writes about Joe Funk - an artist and master lithographic printer working in Venice, CA in the 1960's and 1970's. In those days 'Iris' was the name of a flower and most would have thought that 'dye sublimation' was a psychological term.
Find out about the plant which just might become an important resource in the 21-st century.
How neon technology has evolved from a signage medium to a medium of artistic expression.
A turn of the century look at women inventors
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