Scene4 Magazine — inSight - perspectives on arts and media

August 2011

From Satie to Me
 Lest, Dear Reader, you are now allowing your eyes to glaze with misapprehension, the Steiny Road Poet will provide another Cubist cut on this kind of music created by calculated chance.
Karren Alenier

Hanging Out with Eeyore
As I write, the world wonders if the United States government will default.  Weather forecasters warn that a ferocious heat wave will engulf the Washington, D.C. area where I live for a few days, or five hundred years.
Kathi Wolfe

I Await

I've tasted the tongues of men
Taken their weight
Released their waste

Griselda Steiner

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The Magic Hour
Near the end of the Slyvain Chomet's lush animated feature L'Illusionniste, the main protagonist, Tatischeff, leaves a note for his young ward, Alice, that simply states, "Magicians do not exist."
Lia Beachy


My Old Man!
Escaping for Pastrami

An ongoing series by Scene4's resident mad cartoonist
Elliot Feldman

In Memory of Peter Falk

I knew it was going to be a bad day
when I came down for breakfast
and found Lieutenant Columbo in my living room.
His feet were propped up on my coffee table

David Alpaugh

Scene4 Magazine - Arts and Media

August 2011

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