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She Excels Each Mortal Thing

For those of us who have made that greatest of life decisions—that is, for those of us who have a dog—A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia will prove amiably familiar: there are the invariably tangled leashes, the boundless and unconditional affection, and, of course, the projections of humanity onto an animal that usually cannot speak.   408 more words


Sylvia – More than Just a Play about a Man and His Dog

By Karen Isaacs

 Sylvia, the play by A. R. Gurney which is currently on Broadway, is, on the surface, about a man and his dog.  But underneath, it is about so much more:  a mid-life crisis and the feelings of disconnection that so many feel in our increasingly abstract work places. 1,014 more words


5 a.m. Club Member of the Day

Daniel Sullivan you are our 5 AM Club Member of The Day and the light of our morning!

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Regina ignites for lopsided win vs. West Marshall

With a highly anticipated Week 8 match up looming, Regina did not fall victim to the trap game.

A host of explosive plays and a brick wall of a defensive front by the Regals was more than enough to overwhelm West Marshall 47-6 on homecoming night at Regina. 697 more words


Montana stuns defending FCS champion North Dakota State 38-35 on late TD

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Bob Stitt is off and running at the University of Montana — at four-time defending national champion North Dakota State’s expense. 654 more words

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Black Collar

Rating: Five Stars! Entertaining, well paced, educational, and has a strong point of view.

I love indie authors. They are courageous folks with great stories to tell and the best are the equal to any mass market writer. 256 more words

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Culture Vulture: Dancenoise, Gymna Dalang Cilik, THE LAST FIVE YEARS, and CYMBELINE

7.24.15 I’m no expert on Dancenoise, the performance art duo Annie Iobst and Lucy Sexton (below), but they’re legendary to me nevertheless. In their heyday (late ‘80s/early ‘90s), they never did shows that had long runs. 1,377 more words

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