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Live Die Live Again is the story of defying death

It took much longer for this reviewer to read, Live, Die, Live Again.than anticipated. After all this book is a call to action I plan to read it again and again. Almost immediately I began to take notes, many notes, there’s […]

Live Die Live Again is the story of defying death

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It took much longer for this reviewer to read, Live, Die, Live Again.than anticipated. After all this book is a call to action I plan to read it again and again. Almost immediately I began to take notes, many notes, there’s […]

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Still cranky after all these years

What Do You Have To Sell Me  Recently I have begun an experiment because, frankly, I have too much time on my hands. It involves me automatically deleting any Facebook

California number one for fun

Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Arizona also make most fun list. With summer just around the corner and families planning out their vacations, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on

Godzilla is king and we are just living in his world

3 ½ out of 4 stars Somewhere, in the deep blue sea, Godzilla is smiling: Hollywood, after years of lackluster efforts, finally made him proud. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is

P-40 ‘American Dream’ a unique flying school experience

The P-40 "American Dream" painted with the iconic sharks teeth art work. (Anthony C. Hayes) Reading, PA -- On June 6, 1944, the greatest armada ever assembled landed some 133,000

My New Year starts now

I have never been one to ring in the new year. In my eyes, New Year's Eve is just another excuse to go out and party, tie one on,

Avenue Q comes to North Hollywood

I confess to a bit of ignorance but I will also say that also truly amplified my enjoyment in watching this latest incarnation of one of Broadway’s biggest hit

Hollywood Fringe Festival features local playwright premier of Funeral Potatoes

Los Angeles CA — Boomstick Theater makes their Hollywood Fringe festival debut with FUNERAL POTATOES, written by Kiri Callaghan, directed by Jo Ann Mendelson, featuring Whitney Montgomery & Lauren

June Letters: A rockstar biopic for Drake and other odd notions

Let’s join in with the theme of June Gloom and add a bit to it with fan mail. Dear Jim, My kids’ school year has ended which means I am stuck

Rep. Barbara Lee celebrates Pride Month and 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots

Washington, D.C. – Today (June 1), Congresswoman Barbara Lee celebrated the start of 2019 Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots by releasing the following statement: “Every

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