Table of contents may 2015.


  1. From Linda Bennett: "May Baskets."
  2. Joan Andrews recommends a braille transcription service.
  4. Nancy Levy with more on what's going on in her life.
  5. We have an update on the U.S. Currency Program.
  6. Catie Mangrum has some lymerics throughout the issue.
  7. Tom Lykins is looking for someone; comments on portable radios and wants help with a PacMate.
  8. We have May birthdays.
  9. Carrie Hooper demonstrates an Albanian folk instrument.
  10. Mimi Winer sends in information about talking clocks and calculators.
  11. Debbie Blank on learning braille.
  12. Pat Munson comments on taking notes; technology and cane travel.
  13. Adrijana Prokopenko has information about a blind dating community.
  15. Bojane Heap is looking for someone.
  16. Betty LaGrange sent in hurricane names for 2015.
  17. Phil Jackson comments on the Christian Record Services camp.
  19. "Changing Keys at the Piano Hospital."
  21. We learn that Mary Ella Cozad passed away.
  22. Nancy Levy tells us that Yvonne Mcfarlin passed away.
  23. John W. Smith reports on the passing of Don League.
  24. Duncan Holmes sent us the song "Jesus and Me."


  1. Tom D'Agostino with "Lovin' Sam the Sheek of Alabam."
  2. Kate tells us about the April cookbook winners; what cookbooks are free in May and talks about her cooking adventures.
  3. Robert Wegner has a quick chicken spaghetti recipe.
  4. Jeanne Corcoran has some crockpot recipes.
  5. Jenine Stanley on baking french fries and more.
  7. Linda Bennett with the poem "Mother's Kitchen."
  8. Diane Motchuk has a cookie recipe.
  9. Gayle Adams on the Magic Chef microwave.
  10. From Tom Kaufman: "Science Shows How Blind Musicians Brains are Actually Different from Sighted Ones."
  11. Marg Schmitz on echo location and has a household hint.
  12. "Freedom Scientific and Abisee Join."
  13. Christine Chaikin tells us about her Alaska Resource Handbook.
  15. We have the jumble answer for April and a new jumble for May.
  16. Catie Mangrum shares a song.


  1. Thanks to the Ohio Lions Sight and Hearing Committee for their support.
  2. Michael Geno has braille and cassettes to pass along and he shares a song for May.
  3. Kate has a Raffle update.
  4. Nancy Scott with "The Ballad of the Ballet Slippers."
  5. Nolan Crabb reviews: "One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd." (DB 47157)
  6. "Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety" is now available from NLS.
  7. A Deborah Kendrick Commentary: "Trend out Fake Service Animals is Appalling."
  8. Russell Carrick tells us about the "Fopydo for the Blind."
  9. Mary Snelgrove has a CD to give away.
  10. We have an article from the LA Times on Goal Ball.
  11. Seven Reasons to Stop Calling Disabled People Inspirational.
  12. Duncan Holmes sent in "I Found the Lost Chord."


  1. Bob Prahin with "John and Marsha."
  2. Larry Honaker shows how to pay bills on your iphone.
  3. Seven Innovative Education Products for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
  4. Chester Carnes is looking for a short-wave radio.
  5. We hear about a Sylvania portable DVD player.
  6. Mike Lantz is looking for some songs; comments on the DX Audio Service and would like correspondence.
  7. We have more from Ann Chiappetta about getting her new guide dog.
  8. "Uber to Face Lawsuit for Discriminating Against Blind People."
  9. Lucille Caruso with a song called "Cheap Labor."
  10. We hear about a wearable collision warning device.
  11. We have a selection from Allan Sherman to end the issue.