quicksilver

Quicksilver Times was an antiwar, counterculture underground newspaper published in Washington, DC. Its first issue was dated June 16, 1969, with Terry Becker Jr., a former college newspaper editor and reporter for the Newhouse News Service, the main instigator in the founding group of antiwar activists. It ran for 3 years, with its final issue (vol. 4, no. 9) appearing in Aug. 1972. Publication was irregular and during the latter part of its run it was publishing once every 3 weeks.[1] It was a member of the Liberation News Service and the Underground Press Syndicate. Quicksilver Times was one of several anti-government underground papers of the period now known to have been infiltrated by government informants.–Wikipedia

don’t know what his final career path was.

God & I

Pastor Jesse Johnson
I got that license plate back in 95 or 96. The ironic thing about that license plate—I wanted it to say GOD & ME. A good friend of mine, I don’t’ know if you know him, Pastor Hayes, Rupert Hayes, anyway, he had GOD & ME, so I couldn’t get that. So I had to change it to GOD & I. What made me get those license plates was in 1994, my wife passed away. She had sugar real bad and she passed away. I just felt so alone, so therefore I say, “Well, Lord, it’s just You and me.” Just God and myself. And a commemoration to her, I had the license plate GOD & I. Because on my other car I had her initials and my initials on it. So as a commemoration to her, now it’s just God and I. That’s why I keep that license plate.

Chris

This photo from a class the police provide to allow citizens to better understand what they do, how they operate. The fellow pictured at the center, has since been hired by the City. Chris has made a huge contribution to local quality of life by knitting together and adding to a city-wide trails system.