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A Dewberry Evening Designed for Lovers of Cello Music


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Dr. Carter Dewberry’s OC Cello Choir will return to the Gaslamp Restaurant, Long Beach, on Sunday, Sept. 21, at 7 o’clock. Her performance is to celebrate the launch of The Cello Challenge, a four-month training program for cellists throughout Southern California to improve their technical skill, music theory knowledge, artistry, and sight-reading ability.read

Without a Doubt, She Is Doubting


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I’m doubting…
I’m thinking …
I’m fighting with myself…read

Mr. Smallking Receives His Reward – or Does He?


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Editor’s Note: Ms. Mansell, introduced to readers earlier this month, is a burgeoning writer and a deeply searching thinker. Today she concludes a suspenseful two-part script offering.read

The Snail King and His Mystery Mission


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Interior. Morning. Mr. Smallking’s bedroom. The alarm rings. Loud annoying music. 6 a.m. Mr. Smallking opens his eyes. He gets up instantly from his bed, fixes it, puts on his robe on, kisses the portrait on the wall [a large black-and-white framed photo of a lady in her late 50s. Woman’s face is crooked with a wide, fake smile. She is wearing the same small, round glasses we noticed on Mr. Smallking. The picture is hanging on the wall right above his small bed. He adjusts the short sleeves on a tight jacket – his moves are fast and robotic, automatic.read

Goodbye, Mickey Rooney


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On April 6, almost five months ago, Mickey Rooney, born Joe Yule Jr., on Sept.23, 1920, passed away at his stepson's home in Los Angeles while taking a nap after lunch. His death ended the longest career of any show business personality in American history. I first met Rooney in 1976 when ...read

We Think Differently Than They Do


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And none of them was white.
And none of them wondered what was the purpose…
They were all taken by an instinct. They were being directed by something that was beyond their ability of understanding.read

The Hollow Hollywood


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Night. Closing coffee shops. Opening bars. Broadway. People – couples and lonely strangers. Loud cars. Red light. Yellow light. No rules. The evening air complements tourists with a free smell of fresh weed (it’s all included). The smell of American freedom. Beautiful girls (maybe guys) are innocently fixing their tights in the middle of the street, glancing at the dark windows of passing cars. Everything and everybody doing its routine. The usual Hollywood evening.read

Did We Make the Correct Decision?


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A poem by Eugenia Mansell...read

Somebody Please Tell Me Why We Are Here


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[Editor’s Note: Ms. Mansell is a poetess and a deeply searching thinker. See brief biography below.]read

If You Want to Leave, She Says, Not Anything Can Stop You


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[Editor’s Note: Ms. Mansell is a poetess and a deeply searching thinker. See brief biography below.]

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