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A War Reminiscent of the Past

By Keith on Dec 1, 2003 - 11:25:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Having lived through the Vietnam Era, Keith makes some comparisons with the current war...

  Diaper Rash Realities of Politics

By Keith on Nov 1, 2003 - 9:38:00 PM
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If you must take the bus to get to a major grocery store these days, then you're in big trouble. The MTA, Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons are currently all out on strike (OK, technically some were locked out, but the effect is the same), and there doesn't seem to be much movement from either labor or management on major sticking points. It could be a lengthy strike.

Gray Davis--Winner of the Debate?

By Keith on Oct 1, 2003 - 8:57:00 PM


  Tuning in to "Who Wants to be Governor?"

By Keith on Sep 1, 2003 - 11:20:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith makes his case for voting "no" on the upcoming recall election.

Reentering the Dark Ages

By Keith on Aug 1, 2003 - 1:10:00 AM
MY BACK PAGES: Are we doomed to revisit the Dark Ages?

  Keeping Heroes Honest

By Keith on Jul 1, 2003 - 11:30:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: We all have people we look up to, but perhaps we should be more realistic in our hero worship.

Saddam and the Good Ol' Days

By Keith on Jun 1, 2003 - 5:45:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith looks back at an article he DIDN'T publish before the U.S. went into Iraq and sees that he was right all along.

  The Mystery of Canyon News

By Keith on May 1, 2003 - 11:46:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith tries to solve the mystery that is Canyon News. 

Used Furniture : The Answer to War

By Keith on Apr 1, 2003 - 11:29:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith writes about war and used furniture this month...you'll have to read it to get it...

  Voice Of God

By Keith on Mar 1, 2003 - 11:27:00 AM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith speaks his mind about Islam and its followers.  It may be controversial, but it's certainly food for thought in the troubled times in which we find ourselves.

Valentine's Day

By Keith on Feb 1, 2003 - 4:49:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES: Keith ponders Valentine's Day, and how it all changed when...

  Lott or Not: Race Relations Not Improving

By Keith on Jan 1, 2003 - 4:44:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES:  Keith hits a home run with a very touchy subject...racism.  Race relations haven't gotten any better over time nor will they until we ALL start dealing with it in a very different way.

Playing with Work

By Keith on Dec 1, 2002 - 8:25:00 PM
MY BACK PAGES:   Keith plays with work this month...at least the semantics of it, that is.

  Gun Ownership Leads to No Good

By Keith on Nov 1, 2002 - 6:10:00 PM
My Back Pages:In light of the recent sniper shootings, Keith demands more gun control...better yet, no guns period.

West Hollywood Meets the Middle East

By Keith on Oct 1, 2002 - 11:11:00 PM
My Back Pages: A recent incident stemming from "Persian Night" in West Hollywood's Goodbar Nightclub has Keith thinking about the fate of our country. Will Islamic terrorists beat our democracy? Food for thought in this month's column...

  Thoughts about 9/11

By Keith on Sep 1, 2002 - 9:03:00 AM
My Back Pages: "For what reason?" A question Keith along with many of us has asked after September 11. Read his thoughts in this month's column.

Secession

By Keith on Jul 1, 2002 - 12:21:00 PM
We’ve got two articles on secession for the price of one (see McConnor’s Corner)! Keith takes on this hot topic and writes “secession, it would seem, is the only realistic option left, and that's a seriously sad statement of affairs.” Read more in this month’s article.

  Ozzy Osbourne

By Keith on Jun 2, 2002 - 6:36:00 AM
My Back Pages: A look at the Ozzy-Phenomenon

Another Traffic Light?

By Keith on Jun 1, 2002 - 12:10:00 PM
With a choice between the quaint, small town feel of the Farmer’s Market and Kiddieland, and a huge parking structure and yet another stoplight, Keith is downright mad that some West Hollywood politicians chose the latter. Read more in this month’s “My Back Pages”…



  Goodbye to J Sloans

By Keith on May 1, 2002 - 12:01:00 PM
Canyon Gossip welcomes our newest writer, Keith. Read his views on the closing of J. Sloans in L.A.



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