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  • Fiction > Scripts & Plays
    The year 1923. The pleasant middle-class American home of the Dalton family, New York, New York. George Dalton, 19, the older of two siblings, sits listening to the radio. Radio Announcer: ...and that was the latest from Duke Ellington. Hear it here first, on the Lifebuoy Soap jazz hour. Lifebuo...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    Andrew Carnegie is probably both the definitive example of the American Dream rags-to-riches story, starting out as a poor Scottish immigrant and working his way to the King of Steel, as well as the definitive example of the walking contradiction that is a robber baron, and exploiter of labor and ...
  • Opinion > School / College
    Often times, the realities of something are not well reflected in how they are officially presented or recorded. Sometimes this is due to shady behind-the-scenes scheming and plotting to make something appear different than it really is; sometimes, it’s because a misleading official descrip...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
    The term ‘leadership’ has acquired a pseudo-mystical vagueness in recent years, with it bandied about in the same circles where words like ‘dynamic’, ‘paradigm’, and ‘synthesis’ are used, often with the same lack of specificity and mysterious connot...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    Scientists have learned how to insert genes into plants and animals that were never put there by nature, creating unnatural new breeds. Who knows what horrifying consequences could result from such meddling? What unintended soybean apocalypse is this going to bring about? As it turns out, ...
  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
    The music world. It is the industry where dreams are made, and, if not dreams, at least stars. More popular than writers, more famous than politicians, who wouldn’t want to be a pop star? The only issue with this is that, of course, an incredible amount of luck is involved in gaining that s...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    he driving rain in Washington seemed specially planned to go with the occasion. The streets were jammed with all manner of people - curious citizens, military, police, and dignitaries making their way to the funeral of America’s 53rd vice-president. Notably absent from the commotion was former S...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Blaine dashed through the rows of corn, halfway crouched over and praying silently to no god in particular that he didn’t hear sirens or see flashing lights. He wasn’t about to get caught after all his hard work - he was the best around, and he was going to prove it. Maybe not the most success...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
    Technocracy. Machines rule our lives. Our phones absorb our every waking thought. Mechanized factories have made work scarce and brought down doom upon the urban proletariat. Processed foods, themselves semi-mechanized, destroy us from the inside out. Government drones haunt our skies. ...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    Above all, the theater is mysterious. It is surrounded with an air of magic and, in a way, deception. To those who have only ever experienced it from the side of the curtains where the lights go dim upon the start of the show, it is strange, not only that anyone would dedicate time and effort to ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
    A life is the sum of an infinite of moments, each a tiny fragment that combines to forge a single pathway that makes a person who they are. There are some, more than others, that change everything more profoundly than could be thought, being only a few minutes long, a seemingly insignificant even...
  • Fiction > Romance
    I ran the comb over my hair once more, attempting to tame the irksome creature that was my hair. I double checked that everything was just right. Hopefully I wouldn't look overdressed in my slacks, sweater vest and tie. Another thought ran across my mind: I'm going to look like a dork. And...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    Nobody wants to be left hungry and in the cold, and here in America a great effort t is made to keep people in a house that contains food. Nobody can fault American’s intentions in this battle; however, the outcome is a little more debatable, and needs to change. The nation’s assistance to th...

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