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Scene4 Magazine | iWhatever Happened To Herbie? by Les Marcott | June 2006
Les Marcott | Scene4 | Raconteurs |Following Richard Harris and Spaulding Gray � the musings of Billy Bob Thornton and Frank Langella.�| Scene4 Magazine-October 2012
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Les Marcott | Scene4 | Those Wonderfully Weird Band Names | you have to have more than a wonderfully weird band name to get my seal of approval � you got to have talent. �| Scene4 Magazine-August 2012
Perspectives: Writings - Monologues | The Cumbersome Canyon Neighborhood Association |I�m sorry to say�this is not a social visit.� You must understand Mr. Singleton that if I show up at your door�it�s not necessarily a good thing.�| Les Marcott | Scene4 Magazine May 2012
Les Marcott | Scene4 | The Man Who Wrote The Longest Novel | He was an eccentric, a philanthropist, a businessman, temperamental, a complex man living in a simpler time, the �Streetwalker�s Hamlet��he was all these things and he hailed from my home town of Waco, Texas. �| Scene4 Magazine-July 2012
Les Marcott | Scene4 | The Santa Claus Monolgues | There�s no red carpet treatment this year Santa.� No helicopter arrival.� No band.� No parade.�No fanfare.� No grand entrance.� It�s the year of lowered expectations.� You�ll simply arrive in a rusty Olds 98 pushed by volunteers.�You�ll come through the back way and make a brief statement.� You�ll then sit down with the kids, read a story, take a few pictures, and walk back to the rusty Olds and be pushed away.� You are not to take toy reque...
Les Marcott | Scene4 | Send In The Clowns | This is a column I seem doomed to repeat every four years because every four years we elect a new president or reelect the current White House occupant.� The summer of our discontent will surely turn into the fall and winter of increased agitation and frustration with the current state of our political process.�The Occupy Wall Street movement is but the latest in a series of disillusioned groups trying to influence the political landscape. | Scene4...
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