Theatre Review: ’Woody Sez: The Life & Music of Woody Guthrie’ at Theater J

I decided to write this review in ink. When the pen I was using ran out of ink, I switched to pencil. No, seriously—no computer for this one. Even an Underwood typewriter would be too high-brow for a Woody Guthrie review. In a season packed with nostalgia—from Molly Ivins to … Continue reading

The Time is Now: Hold Our Leaders Accountable

As the nation continues to wrestle with one of the largest financial crises in her history, we the people seem unable to cope with the dilemma.  We seem to spend most of our time squabbling over which political party is most responsible for the mess and which will best serve … Continue reading

Justice and the National Debt

President Obama got it right about Egypt.  In his speech following the collapse of the Mubarak Regime, he said: “Egyptians have inspired us, and they’ve done so by putting the lie to the idea that justice is best gained through violence.”  The only problem is, as it always seems to … Continue reading