Table of contents April 2017.


  1. Harry C. Moores underwriting announcement.
  2. We have "It's In the Book" for Diane Motchuk.
  3. From Linda Bennett: "April is a Child.
  4. George Gray has Great Truths.
  5. Kimberly Morrow is looking to purchase several items.
  6. Betty Lovin is in need of blindness related material after a house fire.
  7. We have April birthdays.
  8. From Jane McIver: we hear about a lawsuit against the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards.
  9. Lucille Caruso with a joke.
  10. Tom Lykins is in need of a LiteTalk speech synthesizer.
  11. George Gray has some Notes On Success.
  12. Tim Hendel discusses his computer use; his hearing loss and cell phones.
  13. Donna Permar wonders about transitioning from Windows to a Mac and discusses technology.
  14. Trish Cleary tells us about her cell phone.
  15. Doug Hudson has something to give away and enjoys Newsreel.
  16. Marianne Daley with a couple of jokes.
  17. Patty Silver on Dymo tape at Walmart.
  18. Lucille Caruso with a riddle.
  19. From Marianne Daley: "People Making Fifty Dollars an Hour for Petting Cats and Dogs."
  20. From Doug Hudson and the NFB: we have aHelp Desk phone number for Amazon.
  21. Jan Blatz with "The World According to Student Blupers."


  1. Gerry Gabrielli from the April 2003 Newsreel.
  2. Kate tells us who won the cookbooks in March and she has more books to give away in April.
  3. Robert Wegner shares a recipe and focuses on cooking concepts.
  4. Jan Blatz has some recipes.
  5. Diane Motchuk with three recipes.
  6. Victor Schmidt brings us a recipe from Amy.
  7. When Tillie Ate the Chili.
  8. Marg Schmitz comments on March and pizza.
  9. Chester Carnes is offering to copy material onto CD.
  10. Duncan Holmes sent a skit of a "Who's on First" Spoof.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Laurie Pettis with "Behold The Man."
  3. Kate has a Raffle update.
  4. Nolan Crabb reviews: "The Buffalo Commons." (DB 46562)
  5. We have news from Unity Message of Hope.
  7. George Gray has The Four Stages of Life.
  8. From Marianne Daley: "Yes, Your Sleep Schedule is Making you Sick."
  9. Victor Schmidt has an update on his cancer.
  10. Marianne Daley on love of a dog.
  11. Kevin Walsh has a question about the Victor Stream.
  12. Beth Terranona comments on reading braille and has questions about Mac access.
  14. Mimi Winer tells us about her Echo Dot.
  15. George Gray has some newspaper advertisements.
  16. We hear about a long-time New York teacher who is retiring.
  17. We have the answer for the March jumble and Brad Barrows has a new jumble.
  18. From Hap Holly: "The WC Story."


  1. Duncan Holmes tells us about his upcoming tour; may be making a new album and sends in a song.
  2. Leonard Kokel is operating a Perkins Braille Writer repair service and has re-conditioned braille writers as well.
  3. E. Z. Cleghorn on working with a newly blinded person and wonders what technology you take on a trip.
  4. Carrie Hooper on braille music.
  5. Tom Lykins about his computer use.
  6. Joan Andrews with a little Easter humor.
  7. "Ford to Invest One Billion Dollars in Artificial Intelligence Startup."
  8. George Gray has some jokes.
  9. Nancy Levy is looking for a case for her NLS digital player.
  10. From Toni Eames: "Pondering the Problems of the World."
  11. Lucille Caruso with another riddle.
  12. From Duncan Holmes: Ninety-eight Year Old Grandma Plays "How Great Thou Art."