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Dirty Laundry


One son’s mistake causes an all-American family to plunge into a dysfunctional, crumbling ensemble. For Luz Lacosta, a mothers’ love is the only force that can keep her sane, but at what cost? 35 more words


The Aristeia of Clarence Clemons @ 3:12 a.m., and a New Puzzle!

Good Morning:

Did you know that Clarence Clemons’ legendary saxophone solo during “Jungleland” on the Hammersmith Odeon, London ’75 album runs exactly two minutes, twenty-three seconds? 331 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

"It's Very Humid Out"

My friend, Alan, has a monthly theater group at the local library which hosts an event he likes to call “Instant Theater.” One of the games he plays is this: given two phrases, you must write a play using the first phrase as the opening line, and the last phrase as the closing line of the play. 1,398 more words


Register for CWW Summer Writing Retreat in Granada, Andalucía, Spain by May 1!

Join the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop on our summer writing & yoga retreat to the cultural oasis of Granada, Spain. Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucía, Granada is one of the gems of Spain and has inspired writers from Washington Irving to Salman Rushdie to Ali Smith. 836 more words

Reedy Point Players Read My Newest Script and Do Whale of A Job

I’m a bit behind on blogs and all things social media. So I’ll try and catch you all up with a series of blogs today. 421 more words

Community Theater

Creative Spaces. Finding your place to work.

Living in the city that never stops life can feel hectic, rushed and loud. Creativity is pursuit which requires patience and concentration. But then how do you find a place to write in London? 438 more words

At What Price, Truth?

by Linda Escalera Price

When I was 16, I read a book that shone light on the unspoken truth of what it was like to live in the home of a Marine fighter pilot. 632 more words