Tag Archives: New York

Who Knows What Evil Lurks in the Hearts of Men?

A nocturnal street scene from the 1994 film version of The Shadow. At left is the entrance to The Cobalt Club, Manhattan’s swankiest night spot.

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Dancing Through Downtown

Carrie stopped suddenly as we walked into the club a couple of nights ago, a perplexed look on her face. “What’s wrong?” I asked. “I don’t know.  Something’s just different about the place tonight.” A high-pitched peal of laughter came … Continue reading

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I Have Found Me a Home

It’s still early evening, but the black winter sky makes it seem later.  The temperature is unseasonably warm. I’m driving to the club.  Jimmy Buffett’s Boats, Beaches, Bars & Ballads anthology is in the CD player.  The tropical tunes have … Continue reading

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The world was her classroom

Brittney Harrison has the distinction of being the only person I know who has spent a night on the Great Wall of China. I met her at a function at Samford University, where she has pursued communications studies.  A few … Continue reading

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