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Fool, Live on Stage Audio

December 23rd, 2009 · 11 Comments · Uncategorized

Hey kids, here’s my holiday gift to you, from me and the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey. The left link will play live, the left links you can right click and download and play on your Ipod or other device, although you may want to rename the files. This is a live, stage recording, all [...]

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The Undead of Christmas

November 12th, 2009 · 13 Comments · Uncategorized

Hey Kids, The chilly claws of winter are scratching at the door, it gets dark at 5:00, and slick of smashed pumpkins has finally  worn off the sidewalks, which can mean only one thing… That’s right, the apocalypse is nigh! No wait, it means that the holiday season is looming over us like a great [...]

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BITE ME_Chapters 1&2

November 4th, 2009 · 162 Comments · Uncategorized

Chapter 1: Hello Kitty Being the Journal of Abigail Von Normal, Emergency Back-up Mistress of the Greater Bay Area Night The city of San Francisco is being stalked by a huge, shaved vampyre cat named Chet, and only I, Abby Normal, emergency back-up mistress of the greater Bay Area night, and my manga-haired love monkey, [...]

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The Author Guy, Shakespeare in N.J.!

October 23rd, 2009 · 10 Comments · Uncategorized

I think we all remember that famous line from Othello: “The fug are you lookin’ at, ya fuggin mook?” Which seems to be written just for the New Jersey Shakespeare Company. Well, those fuggin mooks have invited me to invite you to a reading of scenes of Fool, by real fuggin actors, interspersed with anecdotes [...]

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School of Mime, Angry Lost Cat

September 25th, 2009 · 14 Comments · Art, Uncategorized

First, on a light post in Auvers, France. A lost kitty poster… On the Alexandre III bridge — the clear danger of pissing off the sculpture… In the late 19th Century, there was a lot of public art, both in France and in England, that personified different industries. It’s like the ruling class just went, [...]

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French Dead Guys and Whatnot

September 23rd, 2009 · 6 Comments · Uncategorized

So, I visited The Pantheon, which is the place where France keeps many of it’s famous dead guys. It cost like $12 to get in, so I was really hoping for a cool animatronic display of famous dead guys, with maybe Jules Verne driving Captain Nemo’s Nautilus and Marie Antoinette getting guillotined every quarter hour [...]

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The Author Guy Improves Art and Architecture in Paris

September 23rd, 2009 · 9 Comments · Uncategorized

You can’t throw a stick in Paris without hitting a Gothic Cathedral (which, by the way, they are totally touchy about, so if you can control yourself, don’t throw a stick while in Paris), and at each cathedral, there is an array of gargoyles, which were, back in the day, used to direct rainwater away [...]

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Making Fun of Sculpture

September 17th, 2009 · 14 Comments · Art, Uncategorized

Bon Jour. Today more art from Paris,  my dusty love rodents. Come now, enjoy culture, the beauty, creepiness that is public art in Paris… IN Jardin des Tuileries (or Garden of Tiles, which, we in the U.S. call, The Mall). This one of the many statues that depict athletics. Our open field running rocks when [...]

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French Stuff: A Complete Guide

September 7th, 2009 · 9 Comments · Uncategorized

Here’s some stuff that I’ve seen lately, out and about in Paris, for those of you who don’t get the Twitter feed, and some stuff that wasn’t on there. First, if you’re on the Left Bank of the Seine, and you’re looking for a little fast Greek Food, What Do You Want? That’s RIGHT! When [...]

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The Adventures of Bear Blanc, Polar Bear Francais

September 4th, 2009 · 4 Comments · Art, Travel, Uncategorized

ONE DAY AT THE MUSEE D’ORSAY…

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