Scribble d’ Hobble
The UR Workbook: Let us leave theories there and return to here’s hear.
The Tuam Diaries
I can remember everything. That’s my curse, young man. It’s the greatest curse that’s ever been inflicted on the human race: memory.
Much Ado About Something
In the news pages of this issue, you will find a complete report of Reporter Pat Cleary’s investigation into the matter of the unused foundations and the trash piles in and around them.
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I’ve Got a Little List
As some day it may happen that a victim must be found.
At or around the time Einstein published the theory of relativity, Henry Flattery was ordained as an NYPD officer.
Fax from Friction
In the world of Mad Men, the day that Sonny Liston fought Muhammad Ali was a day for putting ideas on the canvas and taking punches.
A Mick and a Jew Walk Into a Bar…
Senator Brien McMahon (formerly known as James O’Brien) an outspoken opponent of Joe McCarthy, makes a plan with Robert Oppenheimer.
Zero Downtime Hydraulics
Illustrated and designed a safety and efficiency guide for best practices in hydraulic machine operation.
Some illustrations published in Office Magazine.
Various doodles from the past. I don’t even remember what some of them are from.
Dispatches from the BG News, Bowling Green, Ohio circa 1983.
Follow the Yellow Façade
Dispatches from the birthplace of the first business computer.
And How to Remember Them Forever…
Charles Gulotta has been a freelance writer and publisher since 1980, and is the author of six books. He has also tutored hundreds of students in math, writing, and SAT test prep.
The NASA Papers
The curious case of a letter written to the head of NASA in 1969.
Concordian Editor Resigns
Bob Keeshan, editor of the Concordian since its inception, is leaving his post for a tremendous job with WABC-TV.