It’s a Materialistic Life!

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Erich CellaLeave a Comment

As I write to you from my comfortably furnished sanctuary on my top of the line Dell computer with a cable modem, I feel obliged to vent on the almost epidemic propensity of Americans to take comfort in obtaining material objects. We are all relatively guilty of splurging on inanimate …

Superman Returns

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Adam BlasucciLeave a Comment

Superman Returns is a great film and a loving tribute to Christopher Reeve’s memory! Director Bryan Singer created a loose sequel to the first two Superman films directed by Richard Donner. The film goes beyond Superman’s physical superpowers and into his emotions. Singer and his screenwriting partners came up with …

Too Free With Our Money

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Erich CellaLeave a Comment

One morning as we wipe the sharp crust that has settled on the corner of our dried out eyelids, we will begin to realize how utterly exposed we are to another terrorist threat due to the ineptitude of Homeland Security and the diversion of the Iraq conflict. The unfounded number …

Egypt and the Old House

In Everyone has one, Features, Opinion by Marelise Prinsloo Jacob1 Comment

There used to be a house in Auckland Park with a big, green garden and beautiful flowers. It used to have a little wired fence all around it with a gate that squeaked every time it was opened. There used to live a family there, but they’ve all gone now. …

Broken Borders or Broken Nation?

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Erich CellaLeave a Comment

The latest over hyped catastrophe that has been circulating throughout the pre packaged and deeply infected news landscape is the bogus claim that the current wave of illegal immigration is obliterating the middle class structure in America. I’m referring to the bigoted misinformation that was unloaded when the story about …

Electronic Government (E-gov) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

In Everyone has one, Opinion by David KeysLeave a Comment

As the government seeks more technologically advanced methods of serving its constituents, it must do so in a manner that does not negate years of progress that has been achieved by those with physical disabilities. According to the U.S. Department of Justice’s website which is located at http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/cguide.htm#anchor62335 , “Section …

Normal in Whose Eyes?

In Everyone has one, Opinion by JoAnn JacksonLeave a Comment

Mickey Rooney was the first famous person I almost met. I say almost met because I lay behind the glass window of a ward in the Arsenal Street Isolation Hospital in St. Louis. Among other diseases, this city hospital was the warehouse for treating Infantile Paralysis, as Polio was known …

A Bloody Reminder

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Erich CellaLeave a Comment

February 21 marked the anniversary of the murderous and most unspeakable abomination that ended the controversial but world-shattering life of Malcolm X. As you would most likely imagine, this sullen occasion has been disregarded by the main stream media outlets and has become an unfortunate after thought. It’s so convenient …