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It is the rampage of the corporate colonial powers that divides and sub-divides the Asian world�and they don't need flags with marching bands. In fact, colonialism never left, it just changed its clothes. | Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 Magazine - March 2019
The action takes place in the vivid milieu of the New York City art scene in the 1970's, capturing the excitement of the elite intelligentsia with character vignettes from the highest echelons of American artists and art world doyennes | Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine February 2019
Camilla came to just at the wrong moment. Disoriented, she raised her head from her prone position only to feel it crack hard against a window sash.� Hands immediately pulled her back, and she realized she was lying on a stretcher that was being awkwardly maneuvered through an open window. | Carla Maria Verdino-S�llwold | Scene4 Magazine-February 2018
The Photography of Jon Rendell, the Painting, Poetry of David Wiley, Michael Bettencourt's Theatre Thoughts | and Writings Scene4 Magazine February 2018
The Beauty of Wuzhen | Scene4 Magazine February 2018
Les Marcott | Scene4 | Gotta Go Fastter | There�s no time to be lackadaisical.� Wean yourself off of the hillbilly heroin.� Fight through the pain. It�s all adrenaline and speed baby.�| Scene4 Magazine-August 2013
Les Marcott | Scene4 | If I Had A Speech Jamming Gun | If I had a speech jamming gun�well I�ve only begun to contemplate its uses and misuses.� What is a speech jamming gun?� It�s a hot new invention developed by researchers in Japan.�| Scene4 Magazine-April 2012
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Scene4 - INSIGHT - Asia Through A Thai Looking Glass | The arts of Asia abide � as expansive and merchandised as in any other part of the world. What supports this is the lingering vibrancy of colonialism. There are only small traces of the political colonial powers of the last century. Today, it is the rampage of the corporate colonial powers that divides and sub-divides the Asian world�and they don�t need flags with marching bands.| Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 Magazine - March 2010
Scene4 Magazine-October 2008: Commentary - Les Marcott | What's In a Name | Rip Van Winkle Reimagined (with apologies to Washington Irving)
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