Nov 12

Ami McKay’s The Virgin Cure Ami McKay’s debut novel The Birth House was inspired by the former midwife’s home she and her husband bought in Nova ‘Scotia near the Bay of Fundy. Her 2011 novel The Virgin Cure also has a real-life inspiration — McKay’s great-great grandmother was a woman doctor who ministered to the […]

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Oct 22

Blane Fonda – 10.03.11 Interviewed by: Jenny Tate (10/11/11) The following is a mini interview of generic questions that we posed to all bands that wanted to answer: Blane Fonda (Questions answered by Matthew Witt) www.blanefonda.com www.facebook.com/BlaneFondaMusic www.twitter.com/BlaneFonda 1. How did you get your band name? Blane Fonda is a pen name that our singer […]

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Oct 22

Recycling is Fun… Posted on October 12, 2011 by BagsRevolt I had the immense pleasure to meet the founder of Recycling is Fun, Sara Fonda, who has been actively spreading this important message for thirty eight years now. I was obviously interested in visiting their shop, since I was warned it had more than 3000 […]

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Oct 15

PCA’s ‘The Miracle Worker’ communicates Helen Keller’s amazing story By Scott Orr, The Daily Courier – 10/11/2011 PRESCOTT – To see “The Miracle Worker” performed live at the Prescott Center for the Performing Arts is to simultaneously suspend disbelief and realize what an effort it is to stage this very physical play effectively. And it […]

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Sep 17

Here are some photos of the family of James Robert Fonda (1816-1891), born in West Troy, Rensselaer Co., NY in 1816, who settled in Wyoming, Lee Co., IL prior to 1870.  He was reportedly an orphan at 9 years old, although the burial record of father is in 1837, so he could have been adopted.  […]

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