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March 1, 2015

Not An Interview With Paul Beethoven

You may have seen him around Venice. Short, stocky, sandy hair, thick glasses. Limping along with duffel bag slung over his shoulder. Or maybe you’ve noticed him seated on the sidewalk at Rose and Main as he works on his latest Poem. Perhaps he’s offered to sell you one of his efforts for a buck...

Poetry

I know a woman – By Mary Getlein Silent Bells – By Lynette BLACK BUDDHA IN A DARK ALLEY – By Philomene Long I’ve Known Freedom – By Ashkii Newton Greetings from Slab City – By Dusty P. Greenhaus A NEW BEGINNING – By Hal Bogotch Mind Your Mind – By Ronald McKinley “Abstractions on...

400th Edition Song: The Old Beachhead

The Old Beachhead Words and Music: Sam Clay Additional Lyrics: Suzy Williams Arrangement: Brad Kay 1st verse In this life we suffer the slings and arrows, While corruption and injustice may block our way. That’s been our strife since before the kings and pharaohs When questioned what to do, here is what we say… 2nd...
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