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“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.” ~ Confucius


The tongue is as ignorant as the mind.

A boast is just a hoax of the mind.

The truth is prevalent to the viewer and distressed to the seeker.



One day this past week I was working at the computer and after juggling three phone calls in a row a client in our waiting area said “I wonder who had the first secretary.” It was an interesting thought. 907 more words

Life Is A Melting Pot

Interview | Tom Chivers

Published in The Scribe, Issue IV

As an independent publisher and literary arts producer, with a focus on new experimental writing and spoken word, Penned in the Margins is one of the most exciting presses out there. 1,007 more words


Theatre | Hedda Gabler

Having had the pleasure of seeing some of the cast last semester in Tg’s production of Shakespeare’s bloody Titus Andronicus, I was intrigued to see what Open Theatre would do with Henrik Ibsen’s natural realist masterpiece, Hedda Gabler. 768 more words


Theatre | The Laramie Project

A poignant piece of theatre, made from brutal, political material, The Laramie Project was the first production by the newly created Stage@Leeds Company, headed by Steve Ansell – and it did not fail to move the audience. 517 more words


Friday, 3rd Week of Lent

Love God and love your neighbor, Jesus says in today’s gospel.(Mark 12, 28-34) We would expect to hear about love on a lenten Friday since every Friday of the year is associated with the Friday called Good. 306 more words