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Separations: The ACE out in the open

The word “separation” conjures up many emotions, often simultaneously, but rarely are they positive. It usually invokes some sense of loss or impurity. People can separate ideas from action, items from items, chemicals from chemicals, and people from other people […]

Separations: The ACE out in the open

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The word “separation” conjures up many emotions, often simultaneously, but rarely are they positive. It usually invokes some sense of loss or impurity. People can separate ideas from action, items from items, chemicals from chemicals, and people from other people […]

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Flag protesting is not the real problem

Now that the NFL preseason is in full swing and the start of both the pro and college regular seasons nears, keep one thing in mind: the game is

Joe’s Diner has at least one great waitress at the Pantages Theatre

The show opens in Joe’s Diner located somewhere in Dixie. The owner, Joe is a gruff but honest man and his three waitresses are portrayed in a fairly typical,

Short Term Memory Loss: What’s this all about?

If, as you are reading this, you get that feeling you have read this before, it is not likely a case of Deja vu. More likely, it is the

Dylan Thomas brings a dark humor to Atwater Village Theatre with “Under Milk Wood”

Under Milk Wood came to life in 1954 written by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas and commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The story was compelling and by 1972

Letters to Jim from Jim about Jim without going in a Gym

I was a little worried I might not get much in the way of fan letters this past month given we are in the heart of summer and our

Stephen Sondheim brought to the stage in ‘Side By Side’

Stephen Sondheim is arguably one of if not they most prolific song writers in musical theatre. Don’t think so?  Just check out this list. Now the musical tribute to the

NFL from AFC to NFC and through the weeds

In case you were not aware of it, the NFL is back in full swing and will dominate sports talk until it takes a one-month hiatus next June. I

British waffling on death penalty will have global repercussions

For over half a century, abolitionists have wielded the United Kingdom’s conscientious, consistent, civilized opposition to capital punishment – in all cases and all circumstances – as a powerful

Election 2020: The real goal has to be stopping Trump

Mid-term elections are just a few months away and while it would be nice for guys like me who can’t stand the person who occupies the White House to

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