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The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later

Two weeks ago I remembered Matthew Shepard.  I’ve sort of been remembering him every day since.  Mrs. Shepard’s book is one that has the ability to touch the hearts and minds of many people, just as her advocacy work and … Continue reading

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Coma Woman Sings the Blues

Can you believe it has been 4 years since Terri Schiavo died? I can’t. The actual anniversary was last week, March 31, but I didn’t manage to commemorate it on time. Anyway, I am fascinated by main stream media headlines. … Continue reading

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Hello Motha Dawling

I’ve been skeptical about HBO’s upcoming release of a dramatized Grey Gardens. Admittedly, I’m not *that* invested in thinking, worrying, or even caring about it, but when I first heard that Drew Barrymore had been cast as Little Edie, I … Continue reading

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