Monthly Archives: May 2011

Monday, 5/16/11, Public Square

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Sunday, 5/15/11, Public Square

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Saturday, 5/14/11, Public Square

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Friday, 5/13/11, Public Square

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Thursday, 5/12/11, Public Square

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Wednesday, 5/11/11, Public Square

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Tuesday, 5/10/11, Public Square

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Monday, 5/9/11, Public Square

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Sunday, 5/8/11, Public Square

Happy Mother’s Day to all who love and nurture, because those qualities are the essence of a Mother.

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Saturday, 5/7/11, Public Square

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Friday, 5/6/11, Public Square

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Thursday, 5/5/11, Public Square

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Wednesday, 5/4/11, Public Square

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Tuesday, 5/3/11, Public Square

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Steven E. Davis

Although it was several days until any of us knew, our friend and the founder of Pop Blog died a year ago today. The world has changed a great deal since then, changes that surely Steven would have had choice words to describe. Undoubtedly, our friend would have much to say about Donald Trump, the continuing Health Care debate and our new Representative in Congress, Mike Pompeo, among other topics.

One of the things I like best about Steven was his dry sense of humor, and his ability to display that sense of humor related to most any nonsense in the news of the world.

It doesn’t get any easier to accept Steven’s passing. He was gone far too soon. Each of us have a story or two to tell, a comment from Steven that we remember vividly or just a bit of his sense of humor that still makes us laugh.

I think of Steven often when I hear the music of Bob Dylan. Like me, Steven was a fan of Dylan and appreciated his lyrics and musicianship.


FOREVER YOUNG

“May your hands always be busy 
May your feet always be swift
May you have a strong foundation 
When the winds of changes shift
May your heart always be joyful 
And may your song always be sung
May you stay forever young
Forever young, forever young 
May you stay forever young.”

Bob Dylan – 1974


For so many of the people who’s lives were touched by him, Steven will remain for us, forever young.



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