Directions

  A Play by Peter Brav MORNING – SOMEWHERE The front yard of a suburban home somewhere you don’t live. HAROLD emerges through the front door in gray sweatpants and maroon long-sleeved t-shirt. He is barefoot. He eyes the New York Times at the edge of the street, wondering why they can’t throw it as […]

Secrets to Planning a Warm, Oceanfront Destination Wedding

Does the cold weather have you dreaming of a warm wedding? We specialize in creating memorable, oceanfront weddings and have some tips for planning your destination wedding: There’s a formula to planning an oceanfront wedding. It’s basically a three step process: Select a wedding destination to accommodate the ceremony, reception, and honeymoon. Hire a wedding planner, […]

Wronged Role Model Discusses Restoring Her Reputation

  Shirley Sherrod The “Martin Luther King Awards Dinner” Interview with Kam Williams Shirley Sherrod is best known as the African-American government official fired in 2010 by the Obama administration for allegedly making racist remarks about a white farmer. However, a right-wing blogger had edited a video of her remarks to create that false impression.   Shortly […]

Taking Stock of the Status Flo

  Flo Anthony The “Deadly Stuff Players” Interview with Kam Williams   Flo Anthony is a syndicated celebrity radio host, columnist. The first African-American woman to work in the sports, entertainment and the renowned Page Six departments of the New York Post, as well as the first African-American to pen a column in the National Examiner, her […]

Unity in Music

by Katherine Moore In a recent Time online article, group singing scientifically was “proven to lower stress, relieve anxiety, and elevate endorphins” (Time, 2013). The article looked at various studies and groups that each listed the various benefits to group singing. However, in the Sacramento, California area, one would not have to have read the […]

The Miracle That Protects Nature

     by Carmen Schwartz Every year we throw our accolades at organizations that have stood up for, and worked diligently to make positive changes in this world. From the organizations that help our children lead longer, healthier lives – to organizations that fight for peace with the weapons of intellect and honesty – there […]

Fighting Hunger is the WFP’s Mission and Our Miracle

  by Carmen Schwartz This Christmas it’s nice to give thanks and blessings to everyone out there who does their absolute best – not only at Christmas but throughout the year, to support others and attempt at all times to make this world a far better place to live.   This blessed week, it is […]

CLASSIC APOLOGIES

by Peter Brav   Oh no, here they come, the apologies to my 24 year-old son, just what you’ve been waiting for.   I know what you’re expecting. Sorry I wasn’t much better than my own father, probably worse. Sorry I didn’t warn you that my generation’s sending so many jobs and bombs overseas would […]

Merry Christmas

  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support in 2013. May 2014 be  prosperous and blessed

Chamber Pot Brewing, A Bubbling Experience

  I know…talk about a title that grabs your attention, aye? No, we are not going to speak abut the world of the 1800’s, or the ‘familiar’ usage of a chamber pot. In fact, we are going to talk abut an amazing company that is just about ready to ‘open its doors’ and allow everyone […]

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