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Monthly Archives: August 2011

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When you have eliminated the possible, look at the impossible

Over the last week, my husband, Ken, and I purchased tickets to two upcoming performances in NYC. The first, Robert Wilson returns to one of his former stomping grounds at BAM in Brooklyn to stage his version of Bertolt Brecht … Continue reading

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“Wait, hold up! Is that meat in a pipe?!”

Back in 1994, I was a high school senior, and I tell you what, my Saturday nights were crazzzzyyyy. We’re talking large bowls of curried popcorn (as much as I wanted! seriously!), writing strange horror short stories (this kid knows … Continue reading

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Never Say ‘Never’ If You Can’t Deliver

Lying is immoral. No matter one’s background, that’s a lesson we all learned at an early age. Lies destroy trust – posing an opportunity for the rapid demise of any relationship. The only way to avoid the risk of being … Continue reading

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‘Round Here’ You’re Not Going to Please Everyone

In the music industry, some musicians are praised for being odd, strange, or just downright crazy. Their unconventionality can even be interpreted as an admirable level of genius. Why? It’s because many of them think differently. Their intrinsic creativity breeds … Continue reading

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Originality Is Sooo “Yesterday”

When The Beatles recorded their hit, “Yesterday” in 1965, I’m pretty sure they weren’t expecting it to later become the most covered song ever written. With over 1600 recorded cover versions (according to the 2009 Guinness Book of World Records), … Continue reading

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