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People watching and listening often results in interesting thoughts and wonders. Life is full of surprises, disappointments, but also change, renewal and growth. The one thing about life that is forever changing is the relationships we create, the lives we […]

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People watching and listening often results in interesting thoughts and wonders. Life is full of surprises, disappointments, but also change, renewal and growth. The one thing about life that is forever changing is the relationships we create, the lives we […]

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Kenneth Branagh did no justice to “Murder on the Orient Express”

1.5 out of 4 stars Maybe Kenneth Branagh should stick to acting. As director of the much-anticipated Murder on the Orient Express, he was handed a cast of stars. But instead

Burbank resident and USMC vet Ron Irwin announces his play about his Vietnam experience

BURBANK, CA working together with Burbank resident and screenwriter Rick Perry, Ron Irwin is near completion of his story with the working title of “1051 RVN.”  It is a

Congresswoman Barbara Lee honors veterans and those still serving

Washington, D.C. – "As the daughter of a veteran who served in World War II and the Korean War, I am deeply grateful to our men and women in uniform

Ted Cruz cares only about Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz wants us to think he values the sanctity of life. He doesn’t. He values only what will garner him votes and he does not care how many

Larry McDonald: “I just wanted to be the conga player”

Larry McDonald is one of the most accomplished percussionists in the world. Honored in Jamaica in 2011 with a lifetime achievement award, for over fifty years McDonald has recorded

Three heroes emerge amidst the tragedy in Texas

One gave her life to protect her children; one man disregarded his own life to stop a killer, and another man assisted the other in chasing the killer down. Sunday

Navigating with “A Map of Virtue”

There is a new team in town, an experimental theatre company called “Barker Room Rep” and they are strutting their stuff with Erin Courtney’s award winning play A Map

Lee “Scratch” Perry’s “Underground Truths” at L.A.’s Dub Club

Top photo: Lee “Scratch” Perry performing at the Dub Club in Los Angeles  It’s hard to gauge the immensity of Lee “Scratch” Perry’s contributions to music. By dint of boundless

Have a laugh at “The Man Who Came to Dinner”

Written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman The Man Who Came to Dinner was first produced on stage in 1939 and has been on many stages around the

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