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Book Review Submitted by Steve Levi Usually, books which deal with the dark and dangerous take place in spooky castles, dingy dungeons, or in graveyards at midnight.  After all, how many times have you seen a movie where the murderous, … Continue reading

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Kennecott’s ramshackle ghost town is a mining town abruptly abandoned in 1938 when the copper mines shut down. It’s now a part of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in the country. To get there, visitors drive 60 … Continue reading

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Steve Levi, writes books in a multitude of genres. One of his passions is history. In this post, Steve presents a short lesson on 100 year old photography and how it relates to another pandemic. From Steve: "Yeah, I know. “Photoshop.”  … Continue reading

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I must admit, with some embarrassment, that I am an avid PC gamer. Hidden Object Games are my favorite. One game I played was named The Wild Hunt.  It had the paranormal aspect I am drawn to. After all, I … Continue reading

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(Kat Tovslosky shares a charming story from one of her relatives) Today, a distant cousin, Ruby by name, stopped by Grandma Bricken’s before returning to her tiny village in the Alaskan Interior. She is well-known for her storytelling. And, I … Continue reading

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