.Letters to the Editor
September 20, 2023
They’re back….(remember that line from Poltergeist?). And by that I mean the little nightmare germs of Covid. They never really went away, but as people relaxed their precautions and went back to unmasked large gatherings, the disease is spreading again like wildfire. And with it, comes a host of weird and fake news and prescriptions. You know, bleach, lasers, horse dewormers. So what should we do?
September 13, 2023
Being a music promoter is like being a skier or farmer. You might get too much of what you want and it kills business, or too little. Their livelihood can be made or broken by the weather, the competition, the ticket prices and the temperament of the acts they book.
September 6, 2023
Kudos to GT for publishing the fascinating article by Richard Stockton, “Horse Therapy Rules”, which was published in the Aug. 15 issue. It was an enlightening article which addressed serious subjects such as depression, anxiety, PTSD and how building trust and bonding during close encounters with horses has helped people heal.
September 6, 2023
When I saw the movie “An Inconvenient Truth” in 2006, about global warming, climate change or the worst horror in the world, depending on your choice of words, I thought, “It can’t happen here. We’ll figure a way out of it.” Now, I’m reading a cover story about devastating fires, while looking out windows everywhere I go or where my friends and family live, and seeing a devastating truth. It’s happening.
August 30, 2023
OMG. I never, ever, never, ever, ever thought I’d be the editor of a story about driving while high on weed. After many years of mainstream news reporting, this is something you can only read properly in the alternative press, like Good Times.