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Welcome to Our 20th Year of Publication The Power of Prescience Two Classic Films Gregory Luce With apologies to film critic Miles David Moore for poaching on his territory, this month I am considering two classic American films that I had frequently heard about but never seen until recently. By what might be called an auspicious coincidence, during the afternoon of Saturday, August 3 I had a few minutes on my hands. I had seen some initial reports of a shooting in EL Paso, but few details. ...
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Painting: Source & Poetry:Confabulation of Love | David Wiley | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
What Happened When You Fell A Penny for the Old Guy Antiques Road Show Alan Says | David Alpaugh | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
Tearing, Twisting, Tumbling | Selena Zachai | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
Light Fantastic, Undress Me, Ear Buds, The Greed Gene | Scene4 Magazine September 2019
Welcome to Our 20th Year of Publication Necro-Political Theatre When the living use the dead to construct their histories. Art That Does Us No Good Taking advantage, jockeying for position on the inside rail, is what humans do best. By Design Writing plays is, in the end, about the designed theatre of a human's being. Original Sin The third in my series of what I think is real theatre. Rage As Healing Sometimes rage is the only appropriate artistic response to the times in which we live. Dea...
The Photography of Jon Rendell | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
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