car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page

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Goodbye,Dome Sweet Dome

She may not look like much,but she‘s got had it where it counts,kid.

A Face for Mount Rushmore

08 September 2003 The Last Portrait of Johnny Cash from Country Music:The Masters,a collection of photos by Marty Stuart

Things Ain’t What They Used to Be

Oscar Emmanuel Peterson b. 15 Aug 1925,Montreal,Quebec,Canada d. 23 Dec 2007,Mississauga,Ontario,Canada

Oscar Peterson has died. There will be numerous obituaries in the coming days,lauding a “jazz giant,”“one of the greatest jazz Read on…

I’m Free From The Chain Gang Now

Johnny Cash 26 February,1932 –12 September,2003

Johnny Cash,my all-time favorite recording artist,died the day I turned 21.

I woke up early to read the news before heading to class (I was in training school at this point).  I was stationed out in the middle of the Mojave Desert at the Read on…

No More Excellent Adventures

cross-posted from elsewhere

I had a WDN column due yesterday,and before I sent it in I called home to have my dad give me his opinion on it. Judy,my step-mom,answered the phone. We chatted for a while,and she told me her sister,my Aunt Connie,was up from Kentucky with her Read on…