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The Curse of The Ramones

The Curse of The Ramones

Todd C. Elliott March 25, 2021 Comments Off on The Curse of The Ramones

By Todd C. Elliott The number 42 has great significance. In fact, the number 42 could be the answer to the meaning of life, the universe and everything else if author Douglas Adams is

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Doomsday Hits Home

Doomsday Hits Home

Todd C. Elliott March 4, 2021 Comments Off on Doomsday Hits Home

Lake Charles Grandparents And Their Role In Solving A Mind-Boggling Crime Involving A Death Cult, Missing Children, Zombies And Murder By Todd C. Elliott It was the end of their world as they knew it.

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Bill Hicks Was Right About Everything

Bill Hicks Was Right About Everything

Todd C. Elliott December 16, 2020 Comments Off on Bill Hicks Was Right About Everything

(Except Remembering His Gig In Lake Charles)  By Todd C. Elliott The holy trinity of stand-up comics of the last half of the 20th century may have been George Carlin, Richard Pryor and Bill

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Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix

Todd C. Elliott December 10, 2020 Comments Off on Jimi Hendrix

Did Jimi Hendrix Play In Lake Charles By Todd C. Elliott and Bam Arceneaux The question of whether rock legend Jimi Hendrix played live music in Lake Charles is a fair one. Southwest Louisiana

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The Last Ride Of Cowboy John, Black Bart And The Infamous Leroy

The Last Ride Of Cowboy John, Black Bart And The Infamous Leroy

Todd C. Elliott October 9, 2013 0

By Todd C. Elliott Nothing lassoed kiddies of the “baby boom” generation like television. Southwest Louisiana children wrangled around their TV sets six days a week to catch a small, Port Arthur-based, NBC-affiliate TV

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Lagniappe Story Leads To Book Deal

Lagniappe Story Leads To Book Deal

Todd C. Elliott September 5, 2013 0

It’s good to see that “freedom of the press” is still alive in Southwest Louisiana. Without the freedom to publish my story “A Rose By Many Other Names” in a November, 2010, issue of

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