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A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad....
Seven Psychopaths: Film Review by Betty Jo Tucker
Watching "Seven Psychopaths" is like having a surreal nightmare you can't help enjoying. ...
Seven year old artist and poet soon to be on C. A. Webb's "Conversations" by Cyrus Webb
C. A. Webb's seven year old cousin, Tyberious Lipsey, to be interviewed by Webb on his weekly talk show in February 2004....
Sex and the City 2 by Betty Jo Tucker
I call this poem 'The Never-Ending Sequel."...
Sex and The City: Idolizing Four Sluts by Beverly Mahone
What was surprising to me was the way the young girls standing in line were dressed. Many of them wore sexy and revealing outfits with spiked heels. ...
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A 7:28-minute humorous story about Shakespeare and his imagined move into a senior community in Walnut Creek, CA....
Shakespeare, the Easy Way by Charlotte Spurrill
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Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon and Jennifer Lopez shine in "Shall We Dance," a delightful romantic comedy overflowing with passion for life, love -- and...
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Sherlock Holmes: Film Review by Betty Jo Tucker
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous fictional detective always used his highly developed brainpower and observational skills to solve a mystery. But in "S...
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Writing a review about "Shutter Island" presents an almost insurmountable obstacle. Telling very much about the plot could spoil this mystery movie fo...
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As usual Simon Cowell is catching criticism for his painfully honest critique of some of the no - hopers auditioning for Americasn Idol. But sometimes...
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