The Emperor of 2nd Street

By Leo Hines 7:45 a.m. on Key South-Bay island meant tourists buses, motor-scooters and bikers were hogging the highways. The harbor was a ball of confusion with anxious tour groups meandering to their rental boats. Long  crooked lines were at the Amusement park.The snow birds had arrived. Smiley Lehman, age 18, needed to hustle with … Continue reading The Emperor of 2nd Street

A Key About History

By Alex Andy Phuong   The past and present connect by The significance of recording history through writing. Manuscripts can save the past from obscurity. Because of the subjective nature of memory, recounting historical events could result in writing that contain fictional elements. Written work that authors compose could reflect a distorted perception of themselves … Continue reading A Key About History