Alfred Hayes
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Once Upon a Time in Italy

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By M. J. Moore Disillusion.  Confusion.  Inexplicable grief.  All three leitmotifs dominate All Thy Conquests by London-born Alfred Hayes, who became a naturalized American and whose poems, novels, and screenplays retain their power.  Although now out […]

Tribeca
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Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Celebrates Women

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The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, April 19 and runs through Sunday, April 30. This is the 16th year of awe-inspiring offerings. Many thanks go to co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro for […]

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ICE CUBE PRESS

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Edited by Naomi Rosenblatt of Heliotrope Books, our second indie press interview features Ice Cube Press of the Midwest. Thanks to publisher Steven Semken for his thoughtful responses to our questions. What motivated you to […]

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Nick Reiner on Dopey Podcast

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Nick Reiner, grandson/son of Hollywood Royalty Carl Reiner and Rob Reiner, was in an out of rehabs from the age of 15, he’s now 22. After living homeless across the US and 17 different rehab stays, he […]

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Deborah the Detroit Psychic

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At 3 years old, Deborah knew something about her was different. She slept with her eyes open and could see shadow people when she was awake. When she was 11, she saw her brother standing […]

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WEnyc and Andrea Jung from Grameen America

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Andrea Jung Photos by Agora Photography This week’s Women Entrepreneurs Connect Event (WEnyc) with Grameen America CEO Andrea Jung at Brooklyn Borough Hall was particularly inspiring. After a powerful intro by Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, Jung, […]

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“Legalize It?”

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After the New York Times ran an editorial calling for an end to marijuana prohibition, it was inevitable there would be pushback. Certainly, NYC has it’s issues with the rest of the country but polling […]

Art

Find Peace, Robin

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An addict’s take on the loss of the great, Robin Williams. He was a total stranger yet his death possessed the capability of eliciting a visceral response as I drove my car. Years of laughter and […]

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Essays: Mentally Unfit

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When the police found me I was standing on a subway platform, somewhere in Brooklyn, barefoot, wearing only soccer shorts in October, and crying. My hands were folded behind my head like a captured soldier. […]