Monthly Archives: July 2014

Review: The Road to Hell

After watching the documentary, Free Angela and All Political Prisoners, I felt compelled to learn more about George Jackson and his August 21, 1971 failed escape attempt from San Quinten State Prison in California. Paul Liberatore‚Äôs thoroughly researched, yet very accessible, The Road to Hell, explains far more than what happened that tragic day when […]

A different reason to celebrate this holiday weekend

Recently I heard a dog barking and howling outside of my bedroom window. A number of people in my complex have them, so I figured another tenant must have brought home a puppy that needed to be housebroken. Then, while leaving for work one morning, a very noisy Chihuahua appeared and followed me down the […]