Sunday. July 24, 2016.
Our interns spent a good chunk of the morning organizing the May archives here at the Mannionville Daily Gazette and Antique Furniture Emporium. Turns out it was a busy month for our chief reporter and if you’ve read through his recent postings and you’re in the mood to overdose on Lance Mannion’s prosaic stylings and keen-eyed observations, there’s lots more to read, re-read, and, the editors hope, enjoy. There’s the usual mix of politics, books, movies, and virtual and vicarious tourism, with posts on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton---the editors particularly recommend Donald the Clown and That Goldwater Girl---Vonnegut, Kipling, and Miguel de Cervantes, reviews of Captain America: Civil War, The Nice Guys, and The Jungle Book, and reports on lighthouses, cast and wrought iron bridges, clay cliffs collapsing on Cape Cod, and more.
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The editors hope you have fun and would like to express their continued thanks for reading the blog. And please leave a tip for interns on the way out because we don't pay them.