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Great Flood

The Great Flood – When the Mississippi
Overflowed and Changed America

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Almost 90 years ago a natural disaster occurred so catastrophic that it is only known as The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927. Motivated by John

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The Tallest Tree In the Forest:
The Rise and Fall of Paul Robeson

Saturday, January 18th, 2014
by on Playing Around

If you talk about the role of race in American there’s a place for you in history. If you talk about the role of class,

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Garbage In, Garbage Out: Misguided Reasons
For a Dump on the Upper East Side

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
by on Living Around

No one, it seems, wants to live next to a garbage dump, not even New York City’s newly elected mayor, Bill de Blasio. A longtime

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Bullet for Adolf: Slight, %#@!? and Entertaining

Thursday, August 9th, 2012
by on Playing Around

The most interesting thing about this minor, but often entertaining piece, is that the salad of broadly drawn, misfit characters tossed throughout actually existed. Written

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Flynn and Provenza

Tony Denison aka Andy Flynn Talks About
The Closer, Major Crimes, and Provenza (G.W. Bailey)

Monday, July 16th, 2012
by on Playing Around

They are Abbott and Costello, yin and yang, Frick and Frack. They have even inspired a nickname, “Flyvenza.” While Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson played

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Ben Tyree: Thoughtform Variations

Thursday, June 28th, 2012
by on Playing Around

For all of my love for studio trickery and interesting production techniques, I will always be a champion of music delivered in its simplest, rawest

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Harris Diamant—Mythical Visions of a Robotic Future

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
by on Living Around

“My notion is if it isn’t everything, it’s nothing.” Harris Diamant The artist, Harris Diamant, might still be at City College if they hadn’t “pushed

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Don’t Even Think of the Olive Garden—Try this Instead

Thursday, July 21st, 2011
by on Dining Around

Your out-of-town visitors have arrived. You have a great day of sightseeing planned—the Empire State Building, Lincoln Center, the Statue of Liberty, maybe a ride

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