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Imagining the critics...

Romeo & Juliet

William “Bard” Shakespeare

First performance at The Theater, London, 1594.

Last night was the opening of the newest work of the up-and-cming playwright William Shakespeare, … 648 more words

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Embracing the world

The story goes that two of the greatest composers of the late 19th-early 20th century, Gustav Mahler and Jean Sibelius, were talking about the symphony one day. 936 more words

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After watching tonight's PBS broadcast of Sweeney Todd...

…I tried to think of a more important living American artist than Stephen Sondheim. I cannot.

Entertaining Welsey Shaw

Banned books: So what?

READ BANNED BOOKS the banner at Powell’s Bookstore’s website cries. Apparently this is Banned Books week in the U.S. Browsing through the titles, I was surprised how few of them I’d read: sorry, … 745 more words

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The Guardian's take on privacy...

The Guardian had a very interesting article about the recent nude photos leak that involves Jennifer Lawrence and a bunch of other Hollywood women. It’s unusual for me to turn the reins over to someone else, but I thought this deserved to be read in full. 1,054 more words

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Replay: Kindle my heart; or, Is it really a book if it's never on paper?

That’s what the e-book readers have me thinking about these days.

Some people have told me I should, when Entertaining Welsey Shaw is finally finished and ready for publication, skip the physical book route all together and go straight to bits.  931 more words

Entertaining Welsey Shaw