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Michael Mayer Moves From 'Hedwig' to Superheroes at Off Broadway's Vineyard Theater

A new superhero musical directed and co-written by Michael Mayer, the Tony-winning “Spring Awakening” helmer now directing Neil Patrick Harris on Broadway in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” and a new play by Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins are on the 2014-15 slate at Off Broadway’s Vineyard Theater. 225 more words


Cassidy Turley's Michael Mayer: Building a real estate career one relationship at a time

by Dan Rafter

When Michael Mayer graduated from Southern Methodist University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, he had one plan: It was time to enroll in law school. 1,215 more words


Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia - Kind of Prayer

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“The ‘soul’ of our machines has always been a part of our music…Trance always belongs to repetition, and everybody is looking for trance in life..in sex, in the emotional,in pleasure, in anything…so the machines produce an absolutely perfect trance.” -Ralf Hutter, 1991… 541 more words


The King is Dead! Long Live the King!

Full Disclosure: I was not able to watch any of Amherst-Williams game on Friday night and only caught the end of the National Championship game because I was travelling. 1,152 more words


One Last Time

This post was written by Joe MacDonald, with substantial help and revisions from Adam Lamont.

It’s not often that two college basketball teams, from any division, meet four times in a single season. 1,749 more words


Cassidy Turley: Steady progress continues in Kansas City CRE market

by Dan Rafter

Steady progress. That’s how researchers with Cassidy Turley describe what is happening today in the Kansas City commercial real estate market.

Cassidy Turley recently released its 2014 Annual Market Report for the Kansas City market. 344 more words


Williams takes out Gordon 81-63 in NCAA Division 3 Second Round

(Williamstown MA) For a half in the second round of the NCAA Division 3 tournament, you couldn’t tell the difference between the second-best team in New England (Williams) and (“Where is that school?”) Gordon. 659 more words

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