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Scene4 Magazine-October 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Reality: Stage It and Cage It | An 'avatar', a virtual creature who embodies the above-described reality of Reality in the media... the candidate for the Vice-Presidency, Sarah Palin.

Scene4 Magazine-November 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | A Tradition of One | I wrote the following column, some years ago, as an ode to young dreams and happy times and in small part to capture the image of the young and happy Niko. I offer it again in his memory.

Scene4 Magazine-June 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Art of Cooking | In America, the art of cooking has nothing to do with survival�it�s a key therapy in mental healthcare, it�s entertainment. Americans do not eat to survive, they eat to get fat!

Scene4 Magazine-May 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Story of Jody Thomas | Why does a death-sentenced prisoner cooperate in his own execution, more so, what would happen if he refused and stalemated the execution?

Scene4 Magazine-January 2008: Ars est celare artem - art is to conceal art - Arthur Meiselman

Scene4 Magazine-February 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Terroism of Books | Recent surveys show that less than 45% of the U.S. population read books (or magazines or newspapers, for that matter). The numbers are similar in Europe and much higher in many other countries.� The obvious and most demeaning factor is the explosion of media�the pixel is replacing the ink drop. Arthur Meiselman

Scene4 Magazine-March 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | The Voice of Eugene O'Neill | The only American playwright to win a Nobel prize for his daring and innovative explorations and his contribution to literature

Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Lima... Peru not Ohio | In my arrogant Manhattan innocence, I had made a naive mistake and so did my editor. I went to Lima in April, on a Friday, Good Friday, which provided a challenging scenario

Scene4 Magazine-December 2008: Commentary- Arthur Meiselman | Owning Picasso | I have a friend who owns a Picasso... and not much else. Which one? Don't ask, don't tell. He acquired this painting via less than legal and righteous means.

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