June 28, 2020 ⁠— A Benediction for Los Angeles, California, and Chicago, Illinois

"'Please, please me' rings out from the Beatle Bar across the road, better known as the 'liason' point for local girls, their mothers and, in some instances, their grandmothers. Prostitution is legal in Costa Rica, and with the average job paying $100 per month, a night out with a tourist can make a big difference. The Monkey bar is filled with Australian surfer dudes transfixed by 'wave' movies playing over the gyrating dance floor. Dirty dancing takes on a totally new meaning here."

June 28, 2020 ⁠—Historical Doppelgangers

"Peter Steadman, the 'City's Best Known Terrier Lost,' Mrs. W. J. Hosfelt Jr. nee Susan Mullen and more fun doppelgangers from the newspaper pages of U. S. history. For example, in 1917: 'New Haven, April 26. ⁠— Miss Katherine Mullen, New Haven county organizer of the state suffrage association, and one of the most active women leaders in this section of New England, was attacked and brutally beaten by what is supposed to be a New York gangster on the Seymour turnpike, a half mile west of that place, Tuesday afternoon...' OK, and on the other hand, there is the 'Miss Raven Beauty Contest' from the 1970's. Enjoy!"

June 28, 2020 ⁠— The Steadman Family of Santa Fe, New Mexico

"The Northern New Mexico Children's Choir production of 'Peter Rabbit' will be presented Friday and Saturday in St. Francis auditorium. Among the cast is Clyde Steadman (with hat) as Mr. MacGregor, Sarah Steadman as Mother Rabbit and Lisa and Lynn Taulbee as carrots."