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Winter 2010-11

Beaver Becomes A Mini Hollywood by Missy Koshute, Age 13, Grade 7 11:00 p.m. Although it is late at night, a mega spotlight floods Second Street, making it look as if it’s a black sky day. A crowd is gathered around … Continue reading

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Summer 2010

In Town Valentine J. Brkich I’m obsessed with time, particularly the passage of it, which seems to be speeding up as I grow older. My grandfather once told me that up until age 21 life went slowly. After that, he … Continue reading

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Spring 2010

Iron Wonder Valentine J. Brkich As you travel northbound on Route 65, it appears off in the distance as you pass the East Rochester bridge. A dark behemoth. A mountain of black iron rising above the Ohio River, spanning the … Continue reading

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Winter 2010

Here at The Bridge, we’d like to wish everybody a happy 2010.  That said, we feel it would be even happier if people got together and did two things this year: Save Old Economy Village. Please send your support, be … Continue reading

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THE BRIDGE Co-Editors, Contributors: Valentine J. Brkich – valbrkich@gmail.com Nathan F. Peluso – npeluso@hotmail.com _____ WRITERS WELCOME! Your stories, poems, and other musings are welcome for publication in next edition of The Bridge. Please send 500 words or less to:  … Continue reading

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Poems

Here This stone of gray cut marble, with Mother’s name carved in cold relief, today summer breezes roll in and roll away. This cemetery adorns a grassy hillside with fluttering VFW flags, outside, cars pass by the wrought iron fence. … Continue reading

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Stories

Late On A Chilly Fall Day by Missy Koshute, Age 13, Grade 7 It is late on a chilly fall day, and winter is on its way. Dusk is falling, and inside every window a light is lit, warm and yellow … Continue reading

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