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For The Love Of Comrades Closes

After a wonderful four week run, For the Love of Comrades at the New Conservatory Theatre Center has finally closed, and I am back in New York!   100 more words


Small Cable Systems Failing

The American Cable Association (ACA) recently asked the FCC to look at the issue of why small cable systems are shutting down. The ACA represents small cable systems nationwide. 735 more words

The Industry

For The Love of Comrades: Previews Start September 4th!

It’s coming up!  The American Premier of For The Love Of Comrades by Micheál Kerrigan goes into Previews September 4th!

The play has developed nicely.  Director Jeffrey Hoffman has guided our cast of misfits elegantly, and the show is a beautiful and highly intelligent portrait of a catalytic period of both LGBT and Labor history from the eyes of the people who lived through it. 9 more words


Lions & Eagles & College, Oh My!

“What college are you going to?”

This is the question that dominated my last year of high school.

At the beginning of my senior year my future was extremely fuzzy. 1,450 more words


Microbe Talk Extra: Culture Collections

Private Ernest Cable was a WW1 soldier who died on 13 March 1915 and his body now lies in a communal cemetery in Wimereux, France. 146 more words


Interview with the National Conservation Training Center

Mark Madison, historian with the NCTC interviewed me about my new book Saving the Places We Love. He wanted to find out more about my background, why I wrote the book, and about the online community that I manage to help others save the places they love, … 46 more words

Calls To Action

How Being on the Wrong Flight Turns You Into a Target for Spy Agencies

Spy agencies around the world can collect a massive amount of data from unknowing citizens in their quest to identify terror suspects, and the many Snowden leaks… 418 more words