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25 Most Recent Arts/Entertainment Short Stories

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Out All Night With the Grand Marquis by Juliet Waldron
How easily clever ads can become family catch-phrases--even if you aren't that much of a TV fan...
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Painting for Beginners by Elaine Carey
Fear not. What do you have to lose but your inhibitions? ..
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Read excerpt from Part  2 of Chapter  TEN:  Dream and Nightmare Pianos! Part 2 of Chapter TEN: Dream and Nightmare Pianos! by Shirley Kirsten
More hair-raising adventures on the piano finding trail, including YORK's unbelievable story about finding dry cat food pellets in an old upright...
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Part 1 Read Sculpting the Heart Excerpts by Joyce White
Creating something out of nothing like drawing or even taking pictures make us feel good. It makes those who witness our work feel good. It is that simple. ..
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Part 2 Looking for love by Joyce White
From Sculpting the Heart, my memoirs, I was drunk from pain, burnt like wood, and rendered a couch potato. I didn’t know I was suffering from depression. ..
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Part 3 Looking for Love by Joyce White
I was in my forties, when I finally turned to the magical intensive healing of Art Therapy when I was too ill to do anything else as often happens with creative souls yearning to be set free. ..
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Paul Is No Critic by David Arthur Walters
I'm no critic, I despise critics!..
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Paul's Droppings From Heaven by David Arthur Walters
Dance critic has his face rubbed in criticism..
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personal letter to David Bowie- by Starman by Suleiman Azar
the visions of david bowie-starman and ziggy stardust- could it have been real- ..
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Photo: My Singer, Louise McConnell's Family: A Composer's Journal Entry by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal Entry: January 20, 2007 by Laurie Conrad...
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Photos: JF & Louise McConnell: A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal Entry: January 20, 2007 by Laurie Conrad...
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Piano and Voice: The Feather, A Composer's Journal: June 27-July 5, 2007 by Laurie Conrad
Song for Baritone and Soprano voices and piano. A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad. The Composer works on the final song of the Unsung Song cycle and tries to avoid several trips to the hospital...
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Piano Quintet: A Composer's Journal Entries: January 18-21, 2007 by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal by musician Laurie Conrad...
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Preamble to the Art Dockuments by carlton davis
The preamble tells the story of how the Art Dock-the drive-by gallery came into being as a joke. ..
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Professor by abdelfattah hassanin
Professor and teacher of belly dance and dance Egyptian Folklore..
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Rab A Dab Dab by Paul Mc Cann
The story of a difficult child who out grows all the opinons of those around him ...
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Rab’s Remedy by Paul Mc Cann
Story of someone who does well in life wanting to give something back ..
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Radio Daze by John Howard Reid
My mother's favorite radio voice centered on the mellifluous tones of Jack Davey. On the other hand, my dad couldn't stand a decibel of Jack. He preferred Mo McCackie...
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Recording 'Images' and Trying to Heal: A Composer’s Journal: 6/27/2008 by Laurie Conrad
Harp music by contemporary composer Laurie Conrad: A Composer's Journal Enries June 27 - July 11, 2008...
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Reflections on Atonal Music: A Composer's Journal Entry: February 20, 2007 by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal by classical composer Laurie Conrad...
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Rehearsal Letters for the Harp Cycles: A Composer's Journal 9/10/07 by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal, September 10-18, by Laurie Conrad...
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Rehearsals for Premiere of Images Continue; A Composer’s Journal by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal Entries: May 27 - June 26, 2008...
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Read the beginning of Sculpting the Heart with Art Therapy eBook by Joyce White
I am a poet?but then I think "What is a poet? Whateveritis, I think, It must have food for the soul, It must have generous Folds of thoughts, And Love, Whateveritis, I think, It must be arrogant, To coach the sun to rise, To kiss the day good-bye, and Hope, Whateveritis, I think, it's..
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Rent a Celeb for the Holidays by TheImproper.com NYC
You can book a celebrity to crash your party...for the right price...
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Ripples In Stillwater (screenplay) by Sarah Mankowski
A story about a small town's rush to judgment . . . and the consequences...
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Ronee' 's Journal, Part Fifty: Happy Birthday, Grand Ole Opry!! :) by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' writes about attending the Birthday Celebration for the Grand Ole Opry, which is turning 80 years old this year...
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Ronee' 's Journal, Part Thirteen: American Idol~I LOVE This Show! :) ~ by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ronee' writes about one of her all time favorite shows on television and why she is so crazy about it. Like all fans of the show, she is caught up in the frenzy, and she had to share her views about the show...
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Samuel Singing Badly by Dayvid Graybill
There's something about community that changes a person's perspective. ..
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Scenes From Hollyweird by Chris Dickerson
Just day another in Fantasy Land.....
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Screenplay Pitch by Odin Roark
After 50 years in the biz, I join those whose substantive argument is that thinking out of the box will continue its struggle to reach the big screen. Hunger for what once was artistic collaboration, what once was honor among artistic thieves, seems destined to starve. ..
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Second guest blog - Darren the screenwriter by Stephen Kogon
On the Studio Reader Stan web site, the second guest to share a story about working in the entertainment industry is Darren, who shares about a bad experience he had with his ex-agent. To check it out, either click on the direct link below, or go to: www.StudioReaderStan.com, and click on "..
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Secret Sketches by Paul Mc Cann
Can you hear the call of an artist? Who has the answer ?..
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See The Bigger Picture by Paul Mc Cann
A man who could see the stars found his dreams ,by a simple twist of fate ...
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Selling Books on the New York City Subway, John Kremer by Brad Bathgate
Nearly three decades on the NYC subways and it was the first time I ever saw somebody selling a book...
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Serial Music: Continued Discussion with Mark Gould: A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad
Continued discussion on twelve tone music with the composer Mark Gould. A Composer's Journal Entry April 10, 2007 by Laurie Conrad...
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Seven Story Videos Two by Lonnie Hicks
This is an experimental project looking at ways to do poetry and novels as videos...
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Sha Bebe Book Promotion on local TV station. by Mary Lynn Plaisance
This was just SO cool. ..
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Short story In A Gray Area published in IdeaGems Magazine by Lillian Melendez
Short story "In A Gray Area" published in IdeaGems Magazine..
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Sing a Sad Song by Holly Revoy
A girl meets her crush out....Does he like her or her singing?..
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Sissy-Boy: Arc's Story, Continued. by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy wants to be an actor/singer/dancer, but not at the expense of his mother's dreams: he wants to be a regular kid and have fun...
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Sissy-Boy: Arc's Story. (Part One) Story #5,800 by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A boy is hoping to break into the spotlight, so he can become a star...
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Sketching out 'Glimpses' for Flute and Piano: A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad
The composer continues working on the new piece for piano and flute. A Composer's Journal Entries: January 20 - 26, 2014...
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Sketching Out the Music: A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad
The composer continues work on the Haiku Cycle for piano, flute, violin, viola and cello. A Composer's Journal Entries: July 2-14, 2012. ..
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Skinny Dipping in the Ichetucknee by Patricia Behnke
Earl Kinnard goes skinny dipping in the Ichetucknee River every New Year's Day...
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Song V: Sailboats: A Composer's Journal Entries: June 11-24, 2007 by Laurie Conrad
Songs for Harp, baritone voice and other instruments: A Composer's Journal by Laurie Conrad...
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Songs: A Composer's Journal Entries May 4-May 29,2005 by Laurie Conrad
A Composer's Journal Entries May 4-May 29,2005 by author & classical musician Laurie Conrad...
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Sperm Across America by Patricia Behnke
The Life of a freelance writer requires listening skills and an open mind...
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Starting to Write for Flute and Piano: A Composer's Journal Entry by Laurie Conrad
After many months, the composer yet again takes out sheets of manuscript paper, this time for a flute and piano piece. A Composer's Journal Entry: January 14, 2014...
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Stealing Turtles by George Warholak
This story is an excerpt from my free-spirited adolescent days. Laugh out loud...
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Steve and Eydie by Edward Phillips
This is a true story. [image: lvol.com]..
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