- Boulder City, Nevada, USA
- August 07
- I am a college professor of Communication, theater, film and media based in Las Vegas, with roots in Chicago and life experience including Wyoming and California.
I am in my 17th year of service on the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild.
My wife and I, along with two dogs, live in Boulder City, NV, a short hop to the Hoover Dam and 30 minutes from downtown Las Vegas.
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MY RECENT POSTS
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March 11, 2013 10:43PM
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August 11, 2012 09:07PM
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June 07, 2012 05:09AM
- What sort of duck?
May 15, 2012 09:45PM
- NPR Tribute to Maurice Sendak
May 08, 2012 11:54PM
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- “"The rich get richer and
the poor get poorer...in
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Why do we ignore entire issues or the views of others?
Why do we choose to fight instead of listen, reason and compromise?
Why do we so…
The Washington Post reports on a study showing that over 49 million Americans are without dependable access to food. This is not a pitch for food banks, but an actual report…
Remember you are not alone and that while you may be graded you are…
Trade pub to change hands, Comcast ready to become largest media
company and Congress ready to rape union health care.
The Wrap reports that the Hollywood Reporter is set to be sold to the owner of "Who's Who", possible along with other publications and holdings.… Read full post »
Called by others who could…
A gang jumped and mugged a man this morning. When they opened his wallet and saw that he was in the military they returned what they took, apologize and did a fist bump salute for his service for his country.
Who in the Vietnam generation could have imagined that? For… Read full post »
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with
the blood of patriots and tyrants"
What does this mean?
Is it being used properly today?
Is it applicable today?
Is it calling for the violent overthrow of the government?
Is is a threat… Read full post »
Taps play following three volleys of seven shots each, and a man is laid to rest. Only a man. But in his final resting place ends an era for America of hope, change and dreams born from… Read full post »
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Seeing is believing.
This proves it must be true.
How often have you heard the phrases above, or similar words, to justify what people swear to be true or to defend their version of events?
We are what we collect as information over… Read full post »
The death of newspapers, decline to relegation of radio news to talk radio and gossip are all reported on heavily, with the demise of traditional media perhaps over-hyped and exagerated. But it these come to fruition and the media I grew up on becomes and afterthought, how much of a difference… Read full post »
Years ago a professor taught me that journalism, as a profession was limited to the central part and latter days of the 20th century. His reasons lie in the fact that while calling themselves a profession there were not standards or checks and balances found in other professions. Freedom also leads… Read full post »
I recommend you check out TED.com for a strong diverse collection of intellect in the arts, entertainment, science, social sciences and thought.
http://www.ted.com/pages/view/id/5 Read full post »
Volunteerism is on the rise, however it may also be contributing to the unemployment of others. Schools, charities, local park districts and governments are increasingly relying on volunteers, many of who are unemployed or under employed and seeking to fill up their time and/or keep their skil… Read full post »
A new comic book, or graphic novel, by a French illustrator, tells the story of a 20-year-old American GI who served in General Patton’s Third Army in World War II. It tells a story that is often not told, of Patton’s advance units who went into Prague and were later ordered
CBS Face The Nation involved the rebuttal from Former Secretary of State General Colin Powell to comments made by former Vice President Dick Chaney on the program two weeks ago, and in the media since. He started by pointing out he served under Reagan, both Bush presidents and has consistently voted
So what can you find out about a person with Google?
Is it who they are or a capture of odds and ends crafting an incomplete image, false impression, snapshot with eyes closed or bad light?
You will find (partial list):
http://www.nevadayouth… Read full post »
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Laura’s dad passed away this morning of leukemia. He was 82, and would have turned 83 August 16th, the day after my mom’s birthday.
If I can get off of my two…
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Sunday Morning news musings
The Tamil Tigers are laying down their arms, but Shi Lanka continues to fire on them and demand an all out surrender. The Tigers claim that more than 10,000 civilians are dead and over 30,000 wounded. . The army claims that the over… Read full post »