Rock rocks on through web-based service.

Ready to swish and twirl.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

I’ve been trying to recall the name on the poster I saw at London’s Gloucester Road Tube Station in 1985 so I can write a post about how I lost music.

At that station the platform is not underground; it’s open to the sky above, but high stained brick

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75 out of 405 not a bad turnout at 55th.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS…

From Saint Paul to Wausau and back I crossed a dozen rivers flowing full with water. You can’t imagine how exciting that can be unless you live in the desert West, where “river” means “dry gulch except during monsoon season.” I think it was the Black River that was particularly inviting. It

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Down-sizing in America may be bad news for kids.

Everyone remembers different things.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . . .

McMansions are out, tiny houses are in. So I bet you think I’m going to say that crowding a family of four into a two bathroom, one living-room home is going to damage little psyches. Where will they play with Wii? Will they need larger earphones? And does

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Three Degrees of Separation in Tucson

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

Tucsonans often remark how small it is, even after growing from 250,000 in 1970 to a metro million today.  We also find we have ongoing connections with certain cities — like Denver and Durango in Colorado, Eugene in Oregon, and, traditionally, as a summer getaway, San Diego.  Last year

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Japan is far and near 65 years later.

MOXIE COSMOS SAYS . . .

My dad, a safety engineer for an industrial insurance company, had been deferred several times during World War II when finally he was drafted in May of 1945. This was, of course, just at the end of the war. Mother, my baby brother Bob, and I were moved

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