Friday Apr 18
The Huffington Post
Dog Ears Music: Volume 328
Legendary diddley bow-player One String Sam was discovered busking on the streets of Motor City by Joe Von Battle, who bestowed Wilson his nom de plume in honor of his self-made instrument.
U.N. to question Vatican again on clergy sex abuse
A second U.N. committee plans to question Vatican officials on failures to stop clergy sex abuse.
Murder and Writing Lessons: PW Talks with Joel Dicker
In Swiss author Dicker's mystery, "The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair," Mark Goldman, a young writer based in New York, travels to New Hampshire to prove that his college mentor, celebrated author Harry Quebert, didn't murder his teenage lover, Nola Kellergan, years before.
Weekend "History" Hunting
South of Rochester, approx. 13.5 miles is the town of Mendon, an affluent suburb of the city.
One dies in Geneva fire
One man, estimated to be in his 60s, died as a result of the fire, according to Geneva Fire Chief Michael Combs.