Weiner bid cut short in deli; don’t knock knockwurst

Uncategorized | November 21st, 2013 | Leave a comment

by Christopher Bachler New York City’s flashers and voyeurs had a big letdown recently when their favorite son, former U.S. Rep. Anthony “Weenie” Weiner lost his bid for the Democratic nomination for mayor, polling less than five percent of the vote. It was also a disappointment for the trendy elite who looked forward to getting their […]

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How will hunger strikers produce funds for schools?

Uncategorized | September 26th, 2013 | 1 Comment

by Christopher Bachler I first heard about hunger strikes 47 years ago when I was in sixth grade. We were studying India, and we learned about a skinny old fellow called Mahatma Gandhi who had become as famous for his hunger strikes as he had been for his unseemly loin cloth and emaciated body.  If his […]

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Please help find missing dog

Uncategorized | October 25th, 2012 | Leave a comment

MISSING IN MT. AIRY: This sweet little 14-year-old Maltese, Leite (pronounced “Lay-chee”), went missing Tuesday, Oct. 23, after dark from a house on the 300 block of Pelham Road in Mt. Airy. Leite is partially deaf and blind and only weighs about 5 pounds. His owners are heartbroken! If you see him, please call Jane […]

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