Archives for September 2002

Jack Kerouac And The Satori Highway

By Matt Miller satori – Pronunciation: (su-tr”E, -tOr”E), n. Zen. sudden enlightenment. In 1957, Jack Kerouac, a French Canadian kid […]

Dashiell Hammett at the Hollywood Studios

By David Silon For the record, this article will not be about Dashiell Hammett, per se. There will be no […]

Lord Byron’s Castle Chillon

Lord Byron’s set made it famous and it’s still a sight to see. Surveying Castle Chillon, an exquisite jewel that […]

Ernest Hemingway and Piggott, Arkansas

Piggott, Arkansas, is a town of just under 4000 residents. Piggott is an attractive town, with lovely homes, and beautiful scenery, but it is an out-of-the-way town, and one doesn’t just stop at Piggott while on the way someplace else. It’s not off any major interstate, and Piggott doesn’t even have a Wal-Mart store.

The Scroll of Jack Kerouac

And the next item up for bid, ladies and gentleman, is sale # 9652- Lot 307.” This is a common […]