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The Legacy of Jacoby Dickens

Posted April 23, 2013 by ndigo

JACOBY DICKENS was the Chairman of Seaway Bank serving the South Side of Chicago.  Mr. Dickens lived from 1913 – 2013.  Upon retirement he moved to Fisherman Island in Florida with his wife Veranda and lived marvelous life mixed with leisure and business. He was memorialized Saturday, April 20 appropriately at the Emil and Pat Jones […]

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Beanie Baby Justice – The Light and The Heavy of the Jail Sentence

Posted February 7, 2014 by Hermene Hartman

I am not a lawyer.  I am confused, John Q. Public. It seems to me that America has a double standard of justice. There is an adage stating that when you go to court you don’t know how you are coming out.  Does it depend on the lawyer?  Does it depend on the crime?  Does it depend […]

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Remembering Roger Ebert

Posted April 9, 2013 by Hermene Hartman

Roger Ebert was a prince of a guy.  He was absolutely delightful and insightful. A brilliant writer and beautiful soul was he. He literally took movie review and made it unto itself an art form.  He took it to a new height, absolutely another level.  His thumbs up was legendary and made or broke a […]

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