Last Call: 5-09-20

177 days until the General Election and we can vote like it’s the most important election of our lifetime and hopefully, get that incompetent buffoon the hell out of here!

First, I want to apologize for not posting “Last Call” last Saturday but there is a lot going on in my household…too much, actually. And that brings me to what I really want to address: I did not publish several Community Submissions during the week because I’ve been way too busy to fix them so they comply with our Guidelines.

If I have the time, I will look for a source when one isn’t included or fix spelling and grammatical errors but this week, no way. Please make sure your submission follows our Guidelines or it runs the risk of getting rejected. I hope next week isn’t so chaotic and I have more time to help out. But, please do your best to submit an article that meets our Guidelines.

  • 60 years ago today, the FDA approved “The Pill.”

And since we did not feature “Last Call” last Saturday evening, here is a re-cap of some events in the music world that occurred during the first ten days of May:

Marquee Mag:

May 1, 1973 – “Marvin Gaye Day” was declared in Washington, DC.

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