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Mohawk Bend: Deliciousness in Silverlake

Date nights are my favorite nights. We’ve been married for over three years now, but we are going on 9 years of being together, so going out on a “date” is something that has kind of gone by the wayside. 373 more words

Los Angeles

Grandpa Was a Clown

“I have a weak back.”

“How long have you had it?”

“About a week back.”

I was only six when my grandfather, John “Jack” Doyle, passed away, but I still smile when I remember his face and little comedy bits like this one that he would say. 284 more words

Everyday Life

Review - Volcano - Vaudeville Theater

Or: Lava … And Leave her!

Once upon a time there was a brilliant playwright. His name was Noel or Tennessee or something like that*. He had written some plays that were amazing and timely and deeply illuminated the human condition. 636 more words

>March 13 in San Antonio history...

First telephone line in San Antonio installed, from City Water Works to pump house at the River’s head.

The Vaudeville Theater, closed by police after the shooting of Ben Thompson and King Fisher, was reopened. 70 more words


Mutant genius Actors and Clowns

Oberlin Alumna Jennifer Sargent (class of ’98) is collaborating with Aimee German on a musical comedy that is playing in Brooklyn until September 12th.  The show, “Canarsie Suite: at the edge of Vaudeville” is up at the Brick Theater and features music composed by Tony Melone and cellist Ken Hashimoto.  98 more words

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