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Dear Jim: What the …

A new month means it is time for me to answer more letters I have written to myself.  I know, how pathetic? Just think of it as I am saving you the time of writing to me and asking me […]

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A new month means it is time for me to answer more letters I have written to myself.  I know, how pathetic? Just think of it as I am saving you the time of writing to me and asking me […]

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‘The Hothouse’ is more than a little crazy

The Hothouse was written by Nobel Prize for Literature winning playwright Harold Pinter and is now onstage with the Antaeus Theatre Company in Glendale, California. Dual casts are directed

Politics and the state of logic

Don't you just love it whenever the president and the GOP lay claim to being pro-life? I am always amazed whenever I meet someone and they tell me they

Beer here: Cheap, cold and tasty

If you are anything like me, which I pray you aren’t, then you probably cannot contain yourself much longer. There is a buzz in the air that does not

The not so great ‘Chinese Wall’

Over the years I have been privileged to see many plays at the Lonny Chapman Theatre, most if not all of them presented by The Group Rep and all

Cruisin’: Short but oh so sweet

I can’t even tell you why this happened but it surely did. One day I just blurted out to my beautiful bride: “Hey! Let’s take a cruise.” To my

Quick thoughts on the headlines

I recently read where Judge Judy earns more money per year than NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Maybe they should switch jobs. I bet if they did, the players would

Concerning our endless quest for self-Improvement

To counterbalance the competitive pace of the digital age, and the cacophony of self-help gurus—always more voluble at the start of a new year—urging us to lead “better,” fuller,

Shut down or shut up

You can’t break the American spirit. When we are forced to face adversity, somehow, we find a way to come together and rise above it. It might be a

Pearl Harbor attack and its consequences come to life in ‘Nothing is the Same’

It was a pleasant warm day in Hawaii on December 7th 1941. Children were having great fun playing marbles and gently teasing each other as children often will do.

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