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Story #2 in the Breakaway Cafe
October 22, 2020

“A Scandal in Bohemia,”  by Arthur Conan Doyle Read for you by Dr. Rick Reiman In this classic short story in the Sherlock Holmes series, Holmes, with the help of Dr. Watson, matches wits with a woman, Irene Adler.  Spoiler alert:  The woman wins.

The Story Continues (Chapter 2, “The Mail,” from “A Tale of Two Cities,” by Charles Dickens)
October 19, 2020

Read for you by the host of Audiblyspeaking, Dr. Richard Reiman Your professor, Dr. Reiman, continues his narration of this classic novel, with “The Mail,” chapter two.  In this chapter we meet some of the characters in the novel.

My Experience with Absentee Voting in Georgia
October 19, 2020

Is Absentee voting safe in Georgia? I can’t say but here I share my experience with it. I found it pleasant and largely hassle-free, and gained some insights into it that I thought I would share here.

The Period
October 17, 2020

The Breakaway Cafe is the name for a place to chill in this course. In this time of Covid sometimes we all need to take a break. Breakaway Cafe is such a place. Historians are people who tell (true) stories. But in Breakaway Cafe,

Story #1 from The Breakaway Cafe: Chapter 1 of “A Tale of Two Cities,” by Charles Dickens
October 15, 2020

The Breakaway Cafe is the name for a place to chill in this course. In this time of Covid sometimes we all need to take a break. Breakaway Cafe is such a place. Historians are people who tell (true) stories. But in Breakaway Cafe,

A Tale of Two Cities
October 06, 2020

Chapter 1: The Period Dr. Rick Reiman narrates the first chapter of this Dickens’ classic, eventually narrating the entire book for Librivox.org. Experience this classic novel as its author intended, serially, one essay at a time.

The Constitution in Context
September 09, 2020

The following podcast is a feature of “Constitution Day 2020” at South Georgia State College. As a result of the pandemic, the different elements of the event are presented in a manner consistent with safety and social distancing.

The Constitution in Context
September 09, 2020

The following podcast is a feature of “Constitution Day 2020” at South Georgia State College. As a result of the pandemic, the different elements of the event are presented in a manner consistent with safety and social distancing.