I would be remiss not to mention developments in a pair of stories that Frank Magazine has been involved in from day one.
I’d just turned 18 when I visited Europe for the first time. That was back in March of 1971.
My high school had organized the jaunt and opened it up for students who A) had passing grades and B) could afford to pay the freight. Upon hearing of it, my best friend and I, both of us in the habit of recognizing a potential adventure when we saw one, signed up immediately.
It’s almost as if, when a rank-and-file member of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union decides to speak publicly in support of the cause, their local union representative supplies them with a brief but strict set of marching orders before they can open their mouths:
1. Stress that we are fighting for the greater good, not to pad our bank accounts.
I have had an intense interest in missing persons cases and unsolved murders for most of my life. When Al Gore invented the internet back in the day, I waited patiently for websites to come along that would report on such cases.
My patience was rewarded. Here are some of the true crime websites that are of particular interest to me.
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As New Year’s resolutions go, it was bound to fail. After two years of wall-to-wall Lucy DeCoutere coverage, capped by the decision to name her as 2016’s most outrageous and appalling person (Frank 757), it was decided that this law abiding, family friendly bi-weekly magazine needed a Trailer Park Lucy detox. Frank Magazine will be Lucy-free in 2017.
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