The Broadway Bubble

By Gordon Hughes There is an amazing, sometimes controversial, movement occurring on the Great White Way. Right now there are more than 125 plays and […]

Joan’s Shanghai

By Joan Klyhn Joan’s Shanghai is a memoir of a childhood in Shanghai in the ‘30’s and ’40s of the 20th century. I am primarily […]

Black Holes

Abstracted from “A Scientists View of Almost Everything” by Mark M Green To get away from the earth’s gravitational field, objects have to accelerate to […]

School Days

By Jeff Hodges Our daughter is a natural producer, director and performer. She says it was inevitable that she would become a teacher. She discovered […]


While Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the Key to NYC vaccination mandate for indoor dining, entertainment and fitness would start on August 17th, enforcement […]