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Basic is basically all I need

I realize I am not a bells and whistles kind of guy.  For the most part, I am happy with the basics. This is particularly true when it comes to my possessions. If I were to lose my cell phone, […]

Basic is basically all I need

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I realize I am not a bells and whistles kind of guy.  For the most part, I am happy with the basics. This is particularly true when it comes to my possessions. If I were to lose my cell phone, […]

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Sierra Madre Playhouse looks at American anti-Semitism

It begins in the year 1909 in a place off the beaten track in the small town of Hamilton, Texas, population about 1,200. Then and there a stranger arrives,

Antaeus Theatre brings race to the stage with “Native Son”

I was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1945, just a few years after the time frame of the play Native Son but over the years I had many opportunities

Reggae is the heartbeat of the festival

Last summer the New York Times reported that Grammy-nominated reggae star Chronixx told a crowd during one of his electric performances: “This is the beautiful sound of reggae music

Bye Bye London

Today was our last full day in London, England but before our touring could begin I absolutely had to resolve the issue of us staying one more night at

The mind races to no finish line

Lately, my mind has been on a roll. It won’t shut off no matter how hard I try. It seems to have its own ADD while bouncing from one

Hollywood Health Hike is set for April 29

DEPARTING the Ralph’s parking Lot 1100 N. San Fernando Boulevard, Burbank, CA at exactly 10:00 a.m. Leg One Route:  5 Miles. Delaware Street to Third Street to Olive Avenue to Keystone Street to Alameda to

Reims: Train strike, bus tour, beer and more

As my wife Nenita was getting ready for the day I took a short walk back to the SNCF office in the Reims train station to get the real

Paris Part 2

It was just another day in Paris only this day I had fully recovered from any lingering jet lag and slept extremely well. So I was bright eyed, bushy

Strike two: Did it work?

Last night, news broke with the president addressing the nation about coordinated missile strikes on Syria. Normally, I am quick to second guess and even mock the president, but

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