Goodbye, Farewell and Amen

December 30, 2021 stsstimes

By Rick Hinton   The television show M*A*S*H rolled out its series finale (Goodbye, Farewell and Amen) on Feb. 28, 1983. I was living in Portland, Oregon at the time, but would return to Indiana in […]


A ghost from the past: Longacre Swimming Pool

February 25, 2021 SST

By Rick Hinton Ghosts don’t always mean spooky, supernatural occurrences. Sometimes “ghosts” are our memories. Back in the late 1960s, my mom and Aunt Janice would load the car with five kids, on a Saturday […]


An exorcism in the Capitol?

February 11, 2021 SST

By Rick Hinton I had planned on moving on from the subject of exorcism, but sometimes a story crosses my desk that I have to put out there. How many have heard of this? Nebraska […]


Investigating the dark side of Indianapolis

January 21, 2021 SST

By Rick Hinton Indiana has its fair share of fine writers, with many local. It always strikes a nerve when recollecting past crime scenes associated with familiar locations you have probably driven by a hundred […]


Indiana writers come forth

January 14, 2021 SST

By Rick Hinton I like a good book! I enjoy the feel of of its cover and the crisp pages that follow; and especially one from a local Indiana author or a writer with ties […]