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Belleville's social media group is going viral, as Bellevillites remember their shared past as well as favorite haunts including long gone Belle Maid bakery, the bog, Grant's and more.
Hot summer nights on our dead end street were full of mosquitoes, fireflies, kids playing Sputnik, and an interminable wait for Jerry the Ice Cream Man.
Six local soldiers were killed in action in the War Between the States. All but one rest in peace at military cemeteries near the battlefields where they died.
Four decades later, I return to the pipeline. The dragon's tail is less pronounced, and full-grown trees hide the view of homes on Sycamore.
It was always a hoot when Don the TV man came around to fix our Motorola. You could keep your RCA with that little dog, he only sold Motorola brand TVs and stereos.
It was the ultimate showdown, my good-old American Schwinn bike against Gary's fancy-schmancy English racer.
Remember the sacrifice of these men and their families, the sacrifice that reminds us all that freedom is not free.
"So long, New York, Howdy, Belleville." What if Bob Dylan lived in a boarding house in Belleville in the 1960s
The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth. Psalms 25:8
For a while, anyway.
A boy in a new neighborhood makes friends with a lost baby robin, feeding it, and teaching it to perch and take short flights. We really mean it this time.
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