“Man, what the fuck do the Greeks have to do with anything?” Rusty James to his Dad (from Coppola’s “Rumble Fish” movie based on S.E. Hinton’s book)
Life, as we know it, came almost to a full stop. Financial worries aside, this forced time at home is exactly what we need. Here is why.
Stairs are transitional, in-between spaces and as such, they imply change and effort. A true metaphor of life itself.
The gesture of an Anasyrma is as old as human beings and when performed unexpectedly, it is the most effective.
Tulsa -also known as T-town- has lost some of its luster to Oklahoma City. But it remains a lively city, as shown by its down-to-earth and friendly people, its Art Deco buildings, its unusual sightseeing destinations and its love for the Arts.
The roles we all play in life are transient business. There is no reason to take those roles too seriously but there is every reason to “play” them right.
Luis Buñuel on the marquee of a famous LA theater? !!! Now, that is surreal! But not completely unexpected, if you think about it. Here is why.
Jazz was created by city dwellers. Thus, it does not come as a surprise that city dwellers love Jazz.
In rare occasions, billboards showcase personal messages. In such instances, billboards will become a strong attention magnet.
I wrote this little -but heartfelt- three-minutes tribute to a dear fellow Toastmaster, Hilary, of the Bartlesville Club in Oklahoma in January 2014. I keep exceptional memories of my Toastmasters friends.