The Night the Tigers Got Out of Their Cage

The Night the Tigers Got Out of Their Cage “It would have taken a dinosaur to knock down those doors but– unfortunately for ‘The Coach’ … he was line-bred back only to the beginning of the Pleistocene Epoch!” by Don Kenton Henry   It was a crisp “Indian Summer” evening and a full moon hung […]

Run From Your Funk

by Don Kenton Henry What do a Czechoslovakian smorgasbord, Rin Tin Tin, a Shetland Pony, a bear in the air, a graveyard and Mo’s Funk Machine have in common? Why the Fourth of July, 1976 of course. And beginning that night of our country’s Second Hundred Anniversary and over the course of seven hours into […]

From Camelot to Kokomo

From Camelot to Kokomo “Fifty years ago this November, the classroom speaker delivered the fateful news to Bucky Beaver and Miss Fishberg’s fourth grade class in Kokomo, Indiana: ‘The President is dead.’”   By Don Kenton Henry We quickly approach the fiftieth anniversary of that fateful day in Dallas when our young and handsome President, […]