Music

Satire, Parody, Comedy

May 9, 2017

As part of my effort to choose JOY I continue to expand my list of musicians who use satire and parody to help us cope with the current political situation, and modern life in general. […]

Brushing Fame

Paula 2017

March 25, 2017

My mini-review, tweeted just minutes after Paula finished – “.@paulapoundstone just finished. Some tried + true topics, some politics, a less innocent Paula than last time Now for book signing.” I was not able to […]

Family, Identity

Ten Years

February 18, 2017

Morna Lusty (nee Glasheen) April 28, 1929 – Feb. 19, 2007 Mom is missed and always loved by her children, Bruce, Karen, Brian and Kathy, lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Christopher, Kennie, TJ, Melissa and […]

LGBTITQQ2S

Out Of The Closet Players

October 8, 2016

UPDATE 12/13/2016: The only one of the cast that I had been unable to confirm their present situation was Tammy Long – of course the voice behind The Fashion Show, discussed below. With Steve’s help […]

Brushing Fame

Don’t Go There?

October 3, 2015

A few days ago I wrote “[n]ot to suggest that improv is ‘fluff’ – as with all forms of comedy it can reveal inner truths in a less-confrontational way” about Whose Line Is It Anyway? […]

Politics And More

Whose Line Is It? Whose Skit Is It?

September 29, 2015

There’s a wall-mounted tv set in the main breakroom where I work at night. Every now and then, such as last night, I am able to be in there when there’s a new episode of […]