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Aspire to Difference!

I think John’s ideas, and his questions to me, center on a distinction between description and aspiration. John begins with that distinction, and I think it’s a way of keeping two things separate. 650 more words

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Liberalism: Bait and Switch?

I think Wendy Brown (in “Subjects of Tolerance: Why We Are Civilized and They Are the Barbarians”) is saying that liberalism is not a good idea. 1,081 more words

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The Perils of Clear Sailing

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For all of our discussion of secularism, a couple of months ago, there was very little mention of humanism. Yes, it got mentioned a couple of times in passing, but I felt a bit shy myself about using the word—mostly because I wasn’t sure what it might indicate, how it might fit into our discussion. 1,574 more words

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A game-changing deal in St. Louis: Breathing new life into former Chrysler plants

by Dan Rafter

A former Chrysler plant in Fenton, Mo., will soon boast new warehouses, offices and distribution centers, thanks to the efforts of KP Development and NAI DESCO. 651 more words

Industrial Real Estate

The final performance of "Proof"

Last night was our final performance of, “Proof”. Well, not exactly the final, because months from now, a Tampa Bay resident wants us to perform it at the grand opening of his 8,000 square foot house. 80 more words

Time on Screen: The Wheel and Early Cinema

Time on Screen: The Wheel and Early Cinema

DANIEL HAYES • October 8th 2014

Our inherited portrait of the silent era filmgoer is a caricature of rustic gullibility: he or she flees in terror from oncoming trains, ducks under the seats during gun fights, hollers instructions at the actors in impending peril. 2,050 more words

Issue 5

The Gypsy cast of "Proof"

I love performing in theater!!! Following my heart’s true desire has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I am so glad I am a member of Gypsy Stage Repertory. 242 more words

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