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FORBS' War of the Santas

4 years ago by NED MADDEN
"Santa's real. . . . It's the stories that are fake." —Uncle Bill, grandma's house, Christmas 1957 *     *     * Ric Erwin, "Singin' Santa," the most vibrant performing professional Santa Claus I've ever met, is also the first Santa I've ever actually . . . in person . . ...
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The OCeeker: ROCKHARBOR and Another Episode of Cheaters

6 years ago by Josh Dulaney
"Rock Harbor," as the damn liberal media always mistakenly calls it) is all grown up. The Costa Mesa church that was the hippest among Orange County church hoppers when it exploded on the scene in 1997 has settled into a comfy-cozy multi-generational ministry that serves up standard evangelical fare.White people?...
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An Error of Comedy

18 years ago by MICHAEL M. MILLER
Shakespeare's plots suck. example? Try this one for Comedy of Errors: Aegeon of Syracuse, sentenced to death for some reason, has traveled to the city of Ephesus to find his long-lost son, Antipholus. That established, enter Antipholus (of Syracuse) and his servant Dromio (of Syracuse). Enter as well Antipholus (of...
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Of Disco and Dromios

18 years ago by MICHAEL M. MILLER
Perhaps your college English lit professor told you there are only seven plots in literature. The entire list escapes me at the moment, but I do remember that the archetypal "Identical-Twins-With-the-Same-Name-and-Same-Taste-in-Clothes-Are-Confused-for-Each-Other" plot comes right after "Boy-Meets-Girl." Enter a little-known writer named William Shakespeare and his mistaken-identity script, The Comedy of...
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Of Disco and Dromios

18 years ago by MICHAEL M. MILLER
Perhaps your college English lit professor told you there are only seven plots in literature. The entire list escapes me at the moment, but I do remember that the archetypal "Identical-Twins-With-the-Same-Name-and-Same-Taste-in-Clothes-Are-Confused-for-Each-Other" plot comes right after "Boy-Meets-Girl." Enter a little-known writer named William Shakespeare and his mistaken-identity script, The Comedy of...

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