Category Archives: Close to Home

Cape May – Thanksgiving 2018 – Thank You, America

So this year the Potter/Paganos’ holiday party happened to take place in Cape May, New Jersey last weekend. Here’s brother Peter Potter’s capture of the Inn at Cape May, followed by National Public Radio’s crowd-sourced “Thank You America,” assembled from … Continue reading

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Speaking of Suppression: Gun Injuries to Children — first study ever

from the Associated Press: Guns send over 8,000 US kids to ER each year, analysis says By LINDSEY TANNER       —        29 October 2018 FILE – In this Jan. 26, 2013, file photo, handguns are … Continue reading

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An appreciation of Kincey Potter: ‘She was just a force’ – Capital Gazette

[A touching tribute to Kincey by Pat Furgurson — with my thanks for a wonderful synthesis. http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/ac-cn-kincey-potter-appreciation-20180923-story.html] An appreciation of Kincey Potter: ‘She was just a force’ Kincey Potter, who died Sept. 15, leaves a deep legacy for area waterways through … Continue reading

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Commemoration of Bay Watermen in Chestertown

This from the Kent County News. If you like this, check the wonderful photo book Working the Water by Jay Fleming http://www.myeasternshoremd.com/spotlight/article_b0f80978-dc76-59f1-9f10-b3ab8767a664.html Reflecting on the golden age of watermen By LEANN SCHENKE lschenke@thekentcountynews.com    PHOTO BY LEANN SCHENKE Ron Fithian, … Continue reading

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“Independent Work,” Freelancers, or Capitalist Exploitation?

from the Stanford Social Innovation Review — check at the bottom of this article for a link to a free webinar on this topic on January 25th, 2017, paid for by the Rockefeller Foundation. The Freedom, Insecurity, and Future of Independent … Continue reading

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1st of 2 Annapolis Stories: Washington Post: Woman, two teenagers charged in what police call a love-triangle slaying

Woman, two teenagers charged in what police call a love-triangle slaying The Md. mother enlisted the teens to plan the murder of her husband and their female housemate, officials say. http://wapo.st/1LdKSWZ A note from Bruce Potter

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He claimed to be ex-CIA and was quoted as an expert on Fox News. Prosecutors say it was a lie. from The Washington Post

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