Category Archives: Acting Out in Desperate Times

Another Odd May Day

Okay – it was one more May Day with the usual foolishness. It was International Workers Day, and Ed Kilgore explained here how we don’t participate – we moved that sort of thing to the end of summer, our Labor … Continue reading

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Going West

Yes, some of us end up in Hollywood, but not for the reasons you’d expect. Sure, this apartment building just off the Sunset Strip, which looks like the set of Melrose Place and is sometimes actually used in films, has … Continue reading

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