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The Saratov Approach

The Saratov Approach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V84ZyMsQ1Pc

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A Case of “the Ben’s”

A Case of “the Ben’s” No, I don’t mean, “the bends,” as in decompression sickness from coming up from a ridiculous depth on an undersea or outerspace adventure.  I mean, “the Ben’s” as in “the Chad’s,” or “the Michael’s,” or … Continue reading

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Cloning Ragtime Technology

Cloning Ragtime Technology Last night a friend of mine offered me tickets to view “Ragtime” at the Hale Center Theatre.  I had been meaning to go see this production, but had never actually made time.  A free ticket?  Boom!  Time … Continue reading

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Did’ja miss me?

Did’ja miss me?  Even just a little?  Oh, come on!  You were pining for something new and completely irrelevant from the Crab, weren’t you?  — [Crickets] Right. Well, I missed you anyway.

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For the Strength of Youth

For the Strength of Youth Age is relative.  In our society we are generally so quick to segregate ourselves into generations that can’t understand one another.  The “older generation” doesn’t have a clue what the “younger generation” is going through.  … Continue reading

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Like Muppets for Teachers

Like Muppets for Teachers Let’s talk about teachers for a minute.  No doubt that everyone has their favorites as well as their least liked.  I’ve mentioned a bit about my piano teachers in “People I’m Thankful for Even Though I … Continue reading

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EILAF-MILFAH

EILAF-MILFAH It’s one of those detestably vague acronyms:  Everything I Learned about Film-making, I Learned from a Hummingbird.  Seriously, I absolutely must give one of my characters this name.  It’s simply too good to languor in a blog.  Of course, … Continue reading

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La Carreta

La Carreta A far-away friend mentioned today on Facebook that she was thinking of the Peruvian restaurant here in Provo, “La Carreta.”  “Which is silly, really,” she said, “because I can’t taste right now anyway!  Just thinking about it.” So, … Continue reading

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Late Blooming in the Societal Garden

Late Blooming in the Societal Garden It’s been a while, hasn’t it, since I’ve written here?  And I’m feeling it: The loneliness of a writer.  With rare exception, whenever someone mentions, “Want to do lunch?” Or, “Let’s go catch this … Continue reading

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Trample Joe’s

Trample Joe’s It has been almost two months since they opened their first (and so far only) Utah location and I just made it to their store today for the first time.  Trader Joe’s.  That’s what I’m talkin’ about!

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