PerceptionsMichael BettencourtExistential Eeyore: Part 1The prompt for this essay and the next one comes from my having been told at various times by various people that I have an Eeyore strain, meaning (I think) that I am a glass-half-empty person.
LifeArthur MeiselmanShadowsThe days are made of light: bright and dark, black and white, blue and yellow. Days roll into days, a luxury that allows me to wander at will, along a cliff, often among the cracks and tiny caves of the hillside.
TheatreNathan ThomasArt vs. CommerceA person buys a ticket to a show. Well, what is being bought exactly? What is being sold? Is the show art? Can art be sold? Can even the possibility of art be sold?
MediaLes MarcottBook 'em Danno!I recently learned of the remaking of two classic and iconic television shows of the 70's – Hawaii Five-O and The Rockford Files. This revelation was met by angst and dismay by more than a few people (me included).
TheatreClaudine JonesGender Bent I've been gleefully following the recent Superior Court decision in regard to the overturning of California's notorious Proposition 8—in my opinion, & thankfully the Court's, a piece of unmitigated gainsaying in the face of common sense.
FILM (Review) A Trick of the Mind InceptionMiles David Moore
PERFORMANCEImages at the Fringe Edinburgh 2010Kfir Bolotin
OPERALife Is A Dreamat Santa Fe OperaKarren Alenier
ARTS OF THAILANDThe Sacred Beauty ofWat Chet YodJanine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
OPERAOutplaying the MetTales of Hoffmanat Santa Fe OperaRenate Stendhal
CHAMBER OPERAThe Steiny Road to OperadomAlbert HerringIn a period of less than a year and a half, the Steiny Road Poet has developed an ever-growing taste for the operas of Benjamin Britten. Karren Alenier
POETRYLife Among the HeffalumpsMartini Laughter If I ever wore a "little black dress (LBD)," ordered a martini, smoked a cigarette or hosted a cocktail party, my nearest and dearest would call 911Kathi Wolfe
POETRYCathedrals and Cavesshamanic journeywith aboriginal elderGriselda Steiner
MEDIALa Femme La Mujer La DonnaLabel America: BrokenI don't know what my label should be. Labels are what make so many of us comfortable with ourselves since it helps define the world we live in.Lia Beachy
COMICSOld HippyRuthie the MenaceElliot Feldman
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