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Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): ‘The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui’ by Bertolt Brecht

Corruption is easy. Justice is hard. Brecht warns us: In a zero sum game, if the little people allow criminals to gain supremacy and legitimize themselves, they will have allowed the destruction of justice, morality, and peace.

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Interview: Stephanie Gangi, Author of ‘The Next’

Interview with Stephanie Gangi author of 'The Next': "I went with the whole idea of a ghost as a kind of metaphor for women of a certain age, that invisibility, not to mention how marginalized you are when you’re sick. All of these things really coalesced for me in the writing of the novel, a sort of the ghost in the machine."

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Music Review: Brown Sabbath – ‘Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath, Vol. II’

Brownout finds the little nooks and crannies of the soulful and funky undercurrents in the heaviness of Black Sabbath songs and fleshes them out with some greasy horns, nearly hypnotic percussion, and much more psychedelic improv than you might think. If you love Black Sabbath, you will dig this unique covers album tremendously.

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