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Atif Moon Athlete

Freewheeling Atif Moon Rises to the Occasion

 Atif Moon Represents American in the Very Best Way! Olympiad Oscar Pistorius, the so-called “Blade Runner,” has been in the news a lot lately, but this is a more positive story about another disabled athlete, Atif Moon, who is competing to win gold at the Paralympics while representing America. “Tennis anyone?” is so commonplace an expression that it’s cliché. What if you wanted to play -- but were born with neuroblastoma, a tumor on the … [Read More...]

NostalgiaVille, USA

NostalgiaVille USA

A Trip to NostalgiaVille USA On a trip from Boise, ID to New Orleans, LA (by car) Barbara and Gordon Richiusa stop and interview interesting folks along the way. Here they stop in NostalgiaVille USA and get a glimpse back at the joyful memories of the 50's and 60's. As usual, Barbara does the talking and Gordon tries to operate the camera. Ron Dunwoody is the guest. http://youtu.be/NHctHseSvqc To comment on this article visit … [Read More...]

The Best Way to Travel

The Best Way to Travel

What is the Best Way to Travel Some people attribute almost a mystical value to the exercise of traveling from one place to another. Many of the world’s great ideas were born after a journey. Some modern companies have gone so far as to point out that a “destination” is not as important as the journey itself. For whatever reason, we at L&L Magazine realize that travel, looking beyond the current horizon, the desire to experience new … [Read More...]

Cesar's Last Fast

Cesar’s Last Fast

Cesar's Last Fast: The Last Shall Be First Jesus may have had a last supper but Cesar Chavez had a final fast. The Cesar saga about a real life legendary labor leader and civil rights icon provides -- no pun intended -- fertile soil for cinematic plowing. Now, after lo! these many moons, we have not one full-length film concentrating on this trailblazing Chicano hero but two; I guess, it’s a case of feast or famine. Richard Ray Perez’s … [Read More...]

George Clayton Johnson

George Clayton Johnson – The Gandalf of Speculative Fiction

George Clayton Johnson just turned eighty-four, going on fifteen. He is the author of such classics as Logan’s Run, Oceans Eleven and dozens of other ground breaking works. Many of his series, introduced at the birth-of-television, include the famous Twilight Zone and Star Trek. Gordon Richiusa's interview with the Gandalf of Speculative fiction is exclusive to L&L Magazine. (GR): Hello there! This is Gordon Richiusa. Are you … [Read More...]

People

George Clayton Johnson

George Clayton Johnson – The Gandalf of Speculative Fiction

George Clayton Johnson just turned eighty-four, going on fifteen. He is the author of such classics as Logan’s Run, Oceans Eleven and dozens of other ground … [Read More...]

Entertainment

Cesar's Last Fast

Cesar’s Last Fast

Cesar's Last Fast: The Last Shall Be First Jesus may have had a last supper but Cesar Chavez had a final fast. The Cesar saga about a real life legendary … [Read More...]

LifeStyle

The Best Way to Travel

The Best Way to Travel

What is the Best Way to Travel Some people attribute almost a mystical value to the exercise of traveling from one place to another. Many of the world’s great … [Read More...]

Travel

NostalgiaVille, USA

NostalgiaVille USA

A Trip to NostalgiaVille USA On a trip from Boise, ID to New Orleans, LA (by car) Barbara and Gordon Richiusa stop and interview interesting folks along the … [Read More...]

World

Atif Moon Athlete

Freewheeling Atif Moon Rises to the Occasion

 Atif Moon Represents American in the Very Best Way! Olympiad Oscar Pistorius, the so-called “Blade Runner,” has been in the news a lot lately, but this is a … [Read More...]