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Bookstore on the beach with the candlestick

8 years ago by Phillip Valys
Bibliophiles can usually distinguish between a novel’s vast fantasyland and reality’s bitter pill. Fortunately, the rules don’t apply inside the novelty bookstore Murder on the Beach: ghoul and gargoyle tchotchkes are nailed to blood-red walls, stained mahogany bookshelves are stacked menacingly high, and that bifocal-wearing skeleton nestled in the plush...
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Letters for February 12, 2004

Dubya is still a deceitful chump: Regarding your January 5 cover story by Sam Eifling, "Liar, Liar...," a quick note to inform you that I find your antipatriotic, antimoralistic, and antisocietal message immature and obscene. I laugh at your attempt at "journalism" and suggest growing up. I will shun all...
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Letters for January 15, 2004

Or maybe just send him out: Wyatt Olson's January 8 article ("Enviro-Hassles") hits the nail right on the head when it comes to describing the sad state of environmental affairs in Gov. Bush's Florida. There is only one question that remains for me: Why does Benji Brumberg continue to feel...
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The Ludicrous 12 of 2004

There was Iraq, of course. The mess hall bombing in Mosul, the battle of Fallujah, the Rumsfeld unthinking rejoinder about driving through hostile terrain without armored vehicles. And the presidential election. Who could ever forget that? But news is also what happens in the swirls and eddies at the edges...
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Letters June 10-16, 2004

Bub: Thank you for Eric Alan Barton's June 3 article "Protect the Abuser." It sounds pretty bad for both of these individuals. Please keep us informed. Bob Pardon Via the Internet Best Again Honorific:Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for naming the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History...
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