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Judith Malina, in LVX/RIP

Though I met Judith relatively late in her life, I feel honored to have known her and to have seen her perform with the Living Theater. 262 more words

Remembering Judith Malina

Erwin Piscator and Bertold Brecht reinvented theater during the great unsung Weimar Republic in Germany. Creative energy and enlightenment were manifesting so fast at the time the Central Bankers were forced to collapse the currency in order to restore fascism to the throne of Europe’s most powerful economy. 504 more words


I'm Really Bad at Being a Bad Guy

or “How I offended a bunch of people at the LARP I went to.”

Both are suitable titles for this post.

So, I got into LARPing a year or so ago. 1,131 more words

"Weegee always wanted everyone to take their cloths off..."

(Perhaps not surprising for the author of Naked City, Naked Hollywood, and “Naked Everything,” etc….)

The above photo and letter is from a presumably great bookstore, Between the Covers, and is available… 276 more words

Greenwich Village

A Couple Quick Notes

Good AROTE, all.  I’ve two things for you this morning.

First, registration is open for the first annual Urban Librarians Conference is on April 5, at the Brooklyn Public Library’s main branch.   274 more words

Friends Of The Library

Oh Brother, part 2

PJ and I kept messaging, and his spelling/grammar/punctuation/diction were so poor that sometimes I didn’t even understand what he was saying. I actually began to wonder whether it was beyond carelessness, like a learning disability. 3,288 more words