Tournament Disasters

Tournament Disasters

The Tournament of Masters Was Great . . . In 1933! Forty years ago someone told me about the Tournament of the Masters in Laguna Beach, California. He said it was fabulous. A "must see" production. It started in 1933 as the Spirit of the Masters and it was probably...

Moon Child

Moon Child

Apollo 11 Lands in The Parking Lot of The Rose Bowl It is important to get out and experience the journey of life, even if you don't particularly enjoy some of the destinations. Having experienced the real Apollo 11 as an excited 12 year-old child, the Apollo 11...

Is Freemasonry Expensive?

Is Freemasonry Expensive?

Freemasonry Was Too Expensive for the Founder of the Illuminati The Illuminati myth has been in existence ten times longer than the Illuminati actually existed. Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Illuminati, tried to avoid the expense of Freemasonry. It didn't work...

SUZANNE FETTERS | Equestrian | Activist | Philanthropist

SUZANNE FETTERS | Equestrian | Activist | Philanthropist

Susanne Ellen Fetters Memorial Equestrian Bridge Suzanne Ellen Fetters was born on December 29, 1941 and passed on August 16, 2016 at the age of 71. When she was three years old Suzanne moved from McKeesport Pennsylvania to San Gabriel with her parents. After...

Say Hello To My Little Friend

Say Hello To My Little Friend

The Path Less Traveled Two wild animal trails diverged in the urban wilderness and I chose the path less traveled. It led down to a garden path where I met new friends. The path to peace is right outside my apartment now, right where it should be. Say hello to my...

Democracy Dies In Darkness

In 2017, The Washington Post adopted the slogan “Democracy Dies In Darkness.” It was a bold message affirming their mission to speak truth to power—and today, that slogan has been improved even further.  In December 2018 the paper changed their motto to “Democracy Dies In Darkness, Fascism Dies In Light, Read The Washington Post Each Day To Make Your Brain All Right.”

DESERT SUN – Sept. 22, 2016
“When I look back and think about it, just needing an attorney to help me learn about all the things I knew nothing about, and see what it has developed into through the years,” she marvels. “There’s such a transformation in downtown Palm Springs now.”

                                                                                                                                                                             -Vyola Ortner