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January 5, 2009 A brief recap of what I think it was like photographing Tom Petty on the penthouse patio of the Don Cesar for Rolling Stone.

September 18, 2008 John O’Shea’s passing is noticed and his life remembered. A remarkable individual who touched many with his deeds and compassion.

July 9, 2006 We get the groove on and take a nostalgia-fueled look at the pure essence of Being Just Beachy. And it’s shag-a-licious.

May 30, 2006 Six month hiatus interupted to update New Orleans plight after my Spring visit to the devestation of the Lower Ninth and Lakeview sections.

December 13, 2005 Year’s end wrap-up to another devastating hurricane season. We rerun some old jokes, sprinkle in a few new ones, all with the same waterlogged storm theme.

November 13, 2005 A little of this, a little of that. I race – well, race is much to strong a word to accurately describe my forward wobbling style of jogging – to the finish in a prostate cancer awareness benefit 5K in Ybor City on a beautiful Fall morning.

October 15, 2005 Cycle World Trek provides another lifetime highlight reel; local news from Louisiana; RonJon Surf Shop trivia

September 2, 2005 Comments regarding the pitiful plight of Gulf Coast residents in general (I managed to locate some old shots of Pass Christian, now just a memory), New Orleanians in particular, and the government’s pathetic response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Also check out local views of Biloxi and parishes south of NO for some slithery scenes and barges parked where they surely don’t belong.

August 19, 2005 The space shuttle Columbia’s remembered as Discovery makes a successful return to orbit. (Also contains historic video of Apollo 17 launch, the last manned moon mission.)

July 20, 2005 Aftermath of Dennis in Pensacola, Old Florida on U.S. 19, and the Hospice of the Florida Suncoast; brief video of Teri Schiavo spectacle.

July 8, 2005 Hurricane Dennis shows up on everyone’s radar, living wills get another mention.

June 1, 2005 Hurricane forecasts, living will fallout from the Teri Schiavo case, and a yoga-lates preview.

April 1, 2005 A bevy of debs debut in 1967 and we’ve got the pix to prove it.

March 4, 2005 Raising money for the Merritt Island Library was on our list of things to do in the Summer of ’65.

January 25, 2005 Our first issue of our second year: see the kids acting out at the 1995 reunion, and catch up on Donna Wike Witek’s terrific gene contribution as her daughter takes the Ms Florida title.

December 23, 2004 Our last issue of our first year features Linda (Joiner) Kolumbus and Marilyn (Hemenway) Todd, an easy recipe, and a little nag about fitness.

November 23, 2004 Freedom Seven Mercury capsule, bikini sighting, and a couple of comments on appropriate party behavior.

October 25, 2004 The last of the hurricane dittys, what we did on summer vacation, and amateur video of Hurrican Ivan’s effects on I-10 in Pensacola.

September 23, 2004 Goofy fashions ring a long dormant bell as we showcase why we’re thankful digital pix and internet dirty laundry wasn’t around “back in the day”.

September 14, 2004 Getting ready for Hurricane Ivan meant prepping a lot of plywood that, as things turned out, may not have helped that much had the storm turned right instead of left.

August 24, 2004 The Cocoa Beach Reunionettes practice what later in life will become very helpful posing techniques, on the assumption “The Price Is Right” and “Lets Make A Deal” will require a steady stream of door openers.

July 19, 2004 Our inaugural issue features Susan Harwood Barwell, Bev LaRoche Anderson, Bev’s mom and younger sister Adelle, in Nashville.