Palestine on Film

Bill Meyer: It Must Be Heaven carries on his signature comedic style which is often compared to slapstick silent movie comedian Buster Keaton, because of his sad sack persona and minimalist dialog.

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Unlucky in Love

Dick Price: Telling how I’d stepped away from good-paying jobs—some with paid vacations and full healthcare coverage—to one that paid $400 a month, plus my own room in the halfway house, all the food I could eat and donated clothes I could wear, and gas for my car, that might be a place to start.

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Two New Black-Themed Plays in L.A.: A History and a Comedy

Eric A. Gordon: That’s what’s on the boards right now, in two world premieres: Carole Eglash-Kosoff’s The Double V, directed by Michael Arabian, at the Matrix Theatre; and George W. Corbin’s The Wrong Kind of People, directed by C. Julian White, a Robey Theatre Company production at the   Los Angeles Theatre Center.

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Seeing Peace

Jack Rothman: Oh, say can you see Through dawn’s hazy light The missiles streaming in air Our nukes still there.

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For the People

Vicki Ryder: Have you heard the awful news? Our Democracy’s bein’ abused. Our Reps have passed Bill HR 1 But all their work is bein’ undone. This bill to keep our voting fair Isn’t going anywhere…

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Censorship of Racial Art

Michael T. Hertz: Censorship of art speaking of race has arisen again, this time in San Francisco, where the School Board considered spending $600,000 to paint over a mural. 

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