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Posted on May 8 at 3:29 p.m.
Thanks for a great review. Salli Eve did costumes in collaboration with Samantha.
On <em>Next to Normal</em> Reviewed
Posted on April 16 at 5:39 p.m.
uh huh, uh huh, uh huh . . . no pare - sigue, sigue; no pare - sigue, sigue!
On <em>In the Heights</em> Reviewed
Posted on January 9 at 12:53 a.m.
Thanks, Mr. Fina, for an excellent and authoritative opinion piece.
On On Guns and Safety
Posted on December 21 at 12:33 a.m.
I'm all for access to the courts to litigate legitimate claims, but how many times does a guy sitting up on a bench have to tell this guy that he lost this one?
On Supreme Court Denies Steve Pappas Appeal
Posted on December 10 at 12:45 a.m.
Rod is a winner - a well deserved award. John Douglas
On Rod Lathim Receives 2012 Leadership in the Arts Award
Posted on November 9 at 1:02 a.m.
Amen, Barney, and thanks for adding those "for now[s]" to your list - we are not out of the woods on these issues by a long shot, but there is breathing room, and room for the Prez to finally make good on some of his 4-year-old campaign promises. If the Teapublican-infested House keeps pouting and threatening to end the game and take its ball home, Obama should tell them to go fly a kite too, and issue some in-your-face executive orders. We still need to keep his feet to the fire on his Constitution-shredding "national security" policies, immoral/terrorist-recruiting drone executions, talking compromise on social security, medicare etc., and following through on cutting the Pentagon budget. He should get some cover from the increasingly-feminized Senate.
On Wallflower at the $6-Billion Orgy
Posted on October 29 at 12:50 a.m.
Thanks, Tam. This opinion piece is right on the money.
On The Case for Obama
Posted on October 17 at 1:54 a.m.
Awesome. Thanks, Winnie, for your hard work and leadership to make this happen.
On Santa Barbara City College Teams Up with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
Posted on September 14 at 1:03 a.m.
I applaud the folks that fought for years for this barrier to be built. No one ever claimed that it would be 100% effective - a person dead-set on suicide is going to accomplish it one way or another. But, research shows that such barriers do help prevent opportunistic suicides when an attractive method presents itself. Barriers buy time for further reflection and possible intervention. Of course, it is virtually impossible to judge how many suicide-prone people are deterred from suicide by a particular barrier, but studies show that barriers do make a difference.Excellent article with links to sources and studies:http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives...also: http://theconversation.edu.au/can-bar...John Douglas
On First Cold Spring Bridge Suicide Since New Barrier
Posted on September 12 at 12:54 a.m.
excellent review of an excellent production; I laughed the whole way through - way over the top personalties with pronounced world-weariness & second-time-around insecurities resulting in disaster-inducing stubbornness slice and dice their way through high camp witticisms, with a few seemingly classic Cowardian maxims thrown in for good measure. Clever character development by the playwright creates mirrored images between the couple combinations. Kudus to director Andrew Barnicle, the expert cast, set designers and tech crew. Rubicon does it again.
On <em>Private Lives</em> Reviewed
Spend an afternoon enjoying memories of the past with eighty ... Read More
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