Category: review

Winnie the Pooh Is A Horrible Role Model

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“One of the advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising discoveries.” ? A.A. Milne, “Winnie the Pooh” Something happens when adults tell stories to children other than their own. We’re aware of a restless, judgmental audience who at the same time we don’t need to feed and dress. That is why …

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New Year’s Resolution: To Not Be Like Mrs. Thistlewaite

It’s important to be aware of our surroundings and not look like a jackass.

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It’s A Flawed Life, When You Really Think About It

“It’s A Wonderful Life,” by virtue of being a delightful classic of Christmastime Americana,

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Wisdom from A Chicken-Head: “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Sacred Fools Theatre, Los Angeles, through October 19 Directed by Jaime Robledo, Script by Edward Einhorn, based on the book by Philip K. Dick Starring Eric Curtis Johnson, Emily Kosloski, Lynn Odell, Corey Klemow, Kimberly Atkinson, Marz Richards, Bruno Oliver, Rafael Goldstein, Mandi Moss

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Between Clark And Hilldale — Love Reimagined at the Whisky

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Last night’s Arthur Lee benefit at the Whisky a Go Go captured the lawlessness of the 60’s Sunset Strip and the flawlessness of “Forever Changes.” Lee, the genius behind 60’s psychedelic band Love, is battling leukemia and has no insurance, so a benefit was put together at the last remaining Sunset Strip club from the …

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