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- MUN 2015
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- Who is Harry Brake and why a blog?!
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Monthly Archives: May 2017
“It is Inevitable.” There is so so much about King Arthur: Legend of the Sword that is over the top – but let’s start with the soundtrack. Sam Lee and The Wild Berry /The Devil and the Hunstman- nothing has … Continue reading
Second nights. are unusual to be last nights, so quickly following up first nights, but what matters is what occurs between the first and finale – and not to be disappointed, the vibrations of success, nostalgia, and the realm of … Continue reading
You realize living in Mexico City, there is no way at all, NO WAY, that some things you see in Mexico City you will see occur anywhere else in the world, Take for example the industrial flat bed we saw … Continue reading
Baldwin’s “I am Not Your Negro” sets the sets the stage for serious contemplation and discussions towards change.
Very few times have I taken in a documentary in a movie theatre, usually the norm has been as a documentary film festival or other event. When the trailer caught my eye for James Baldwin’s I Am Not Your Negro, I … Continue reading
Yes, you might have noticed, not a review for the last show yet. I have to tell you, sometimes, you just need to step back, and let what has unfolded soak into your psyche, and let it roll around in … Continue reading