Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Here comes summer!

1. Jimmy's Potpourri Radio event : every other Sunday starting on June 10th  2012 9am 12 pm Pacific Standard ?

Time Hosted by James Gautier. Check it out! 

2. Three explosive one acts: June 21 at 6:30pm runs until June 30 at 1:00pm


BY CALLING 585-234-1254

or on-line WWW.MuCCC.ORG AT THE DOOR: $20 AND $15

This trio of Edward Albee one act plays will leave you pondering,

exhilarated and changed.
MuCCC1 142 Atlantic Ave, Rochester,

NY 14607

3. Open mic at Trinities Restaurant 36 W Main St, Rochester, NY 14614  (585) 319-4047 Hosted by Jahaka Mindstorm. 7-11:30 P.M. 

4. CALLING ALL PLAYWRIGHTS! Black Sheep Theatre is putting together a short-play showcase for Valentine's Day, 2013 (exact dates to be determined). Local playwrights are invited to submit scripts for consideration. Looking for "black box" plays with between one and four characters, between five and 15 minutes in length, and which
let actors show off their emotional range. Plays should have some connection to Valentine's Day or amour in general-and alternative viewpoints (same sex relationships,"bashing" the Valentine's Day holiday, etc.) are especially encouraged! Deadline
September 1, 2012. Questions and submissions can be made to

5. .   Check it out! 

Here's a poem for you :

Life Happens

By " Laughing" Larry Berger

Is breathing an addiction? 

 Do most humans on the planet 

crave oxygen and can't wait for their next fix?  

And yet,

we drive bigger and bigger cars and

cut down even more trees than ever before 
even though the tree- huggers have  had their say!

The ozone layer is shrinking by the day 

and hydrofracking is poisoning the water! 

Will we now get our fix from portable oxygen tanks 

with tubes coming out of our noses and mouths?

Do we pass this addiction on to our children ? 

Do we really expect to have a viable recovery plan ?

Can we realy wean humans away from their breathing addiction before the next 

generation is grown up? 

Something to ponder this time! 

hear are the book Links :  


See you next time!

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