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Posts tagged ‘end of an era’

The close triumvirate of Leech, Maura, and me remained tight up until the final week of the Spring 1992 semester. There were plenty of signs that things were leading up to a regrettable outcome, but most were only clear in hindsight. As Maura and I grew closer, Leech’s role transitioned from useful buffer to third […]

No more for your life

May 9th, 2017

In 1995′s The Brady Bunch Movie, Mike decides to reward the family for a valuable lesson learned by taking them to Sears. On one level, it’s a facile gag by way of product placement. The uber-square department store was exactly the sort of place the perma-retro Brady clan would shop. For folks of a certain […]

On an autumn afternoon sometime in the early 1980s, buy more about a pop-loving teenybopper found an exceptional example of New England foliage on her walk home from school. She decided to preserve the glorious golds and warm reds of this fresh-fallen maple leaf by pressing inside the sleeve of her favorite album… …Duran Duran’s […]

In the summer of 1993, no rx I got a part-time job working at the reserve desk of the campus library. It was a great gig, discount as the place was nearly dead during the intersession, and I spent much of my shift poring over some of the amazing shit that had ended up in […]

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