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Oberon holiday gathering 2019

Oberons gather for annual holiday festivities on Dec. 8, 2019 in Howell, MI. Present: Mara Radzvickas, Rosey Hunter, Linda Theil, Richard Joyrich, Sharon Hunter, and Pam Verilone. Photo: Alisa Theil by Linda Theil Oberons extend holiday good wishes to all -- to whit, to whoo, a merry note! (LLL V:2) 1950s-style Winter Casserole 3# ground beef, brown in large skillet; drain excess fat; salt and pepper to taste 1 jumbo Vidalia onion, chopped (about 1-2 cups), saute in same skillet 1# egg noodles, boiled and drained 1# Velveeta Mexican cheese food, chopped into small cubes 2 10-oz cans condensed tomato soup 12-oz jar Heinz chili sauce 1-1/2 cup Panko sauted with 2 tbl. butter (set aside) Mix all ingredients in three-quart casserole, sprinkle with buttered Panko (or crushed potato chips). Bake 60-minutes at 350-degrees.

James Warren publishes newly discovered Looney articles and letters

'Shakespeare' Revealed: The Collected Articles and Published Letters of J. Thomas Looney  Collected and Introduced by James A. Warren (Veritas Publications, Feb. 9, 2019) "Shakespeare" Revealed: The Collected Articles and Published Letters of J. Thomas Looney Collected and Introduced by James A. Warren was released today under Warren's new imprint, Veritas Publications on Amazon's print-on-demand service, Kindle Direct Publishing (formerly Create Space). "Shakespeare" Revealed is a work of new scholarship covering the decades after the publication of Looney's "Shakespeare" Identified. Warren said: Although best known for “Shakespeare” Identified, the book in which he introduced, in 1920, the idea that Edward de Vere, 17 th Earl of Oxford, was the pen behind the pseudonym “William Shakespeare,” J. Thomas Looney also wrote dozens of shorter pieces—fifty-three, all told—on the Shakespeare authorship q