Category Archives: Old Fashioned Hardware Store

Reflections of the Old Independent News

When I was a young man, I wrote for the famous Independent News. Often I would write my articles in the old historical museum in Lincoln Park. Reflections of the Old Independent News By Richard Mabey Jr. For well over … Continue reading

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The Sad Farewell to the Small Town Weekly

All throughout the U.S. of A., small town weekly newspapers are going bankrupt. The Sad Farewell to the Small Town Weekly By Richard Mabey Jr. The small town weekly newspapers in America are fading fast. They are becoming endangered species. … Continue reading

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Determination

Determination By Richard Mabey Jr. For the most part, the life of a writer is a lonely life. At least at times it becomes very lonely. Privacy, time alone, and focusing on the inward call are essential needs for a … Continue reading

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My Tribute to Phil

I most recently found out that my friend, Phil, passed away. Phil owned and managed the hardware store on Main Street in my old hometown. Phil was a World War II veteran. More than a veteran, he was a hero. … Continue reading

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