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Shaw Soars

George Bernard Shaw was a Renaissance man of the old school: a pungent playwright, acerbic critic, and vigorous political activist. His plays are still widely performed and one of them, “Pygmalion,” went onto become the ever-green, ever-popular musical, “My Fair … Continue reading

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Different Drummers

“This world is but canvas to our imaginations.” Henry David Thoreau As soon as I read these bold words, I was inspired to share more of this exuberant, inventive writer’s work with you. Many of these words of wisdom are … Continue reading

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Samuel Succors

Yesterday was the 308th year anniversary of Samuel Johnson’s birthday: We’ve arrived at September 18 + 1, but I’m sure Samuel won’t mind if we hoist a proverbial glass today. Sam’s birthday is well worth our celebrating: He was a … Continue reading

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