Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 26 2011

The Book of Luke to hit the stage

Tickets are now on sale for a special performance of “The Book of Luke,” Dec. 8-11, as a fundraiser for the Texas Shakespeare Festival’s upcoming 27th summer season. The four evening performances, sponsored by the TSF Foundation, are set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, through Sunday, Dec. 11, with additional matinee performances at 2 …

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Oct 26 2011

Have a ‘spooktacular’ Halloween

By Paul van Gorkom   Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in the United States. There are fun and frightening activities to partake in this fall season, but keep in mind the following safety tips so festivities remain a treat for all. Have a Safe Scare at a Haunted House Haunted houses may be …

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Oct 24 2011

Refuse the politics of envy

By Gary Hardaway As sure as roosters crow at sunrise, every election season brings a similar cock-a-doodle-doo from certain politicians who have nothing to offer voters except class envy. The nation has grave problems; who’s to blame? The Rich. Anybody who makes more money than you or me. (In my case, that’s a very great …

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Oct 24 2011

Dispatch from Occupy Wall Street

Resourceful young people have lit our pathway out of the morass. By William A. Collins Time to offer Heartfelt thanks; To those bold youth Who fight the banks. America needs a new phenomenon every once in a while. Now it has one: Occupy Wall Street. At first glance it doesn’t look like much. The mode …

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Oct 24 2011

Manliness in a can

Dr Pepper Ten is low-cal, but none dares call it “diet.” By Jim Hightower If you worry that American corporations have lost the innovative, can-do edge necessary to compete in today’s global economy, you need to spend some time with Dr Pepper. I don’t mean a shrink, but the soft-drink. It’s a brand that, let’s …

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Oct 24 2011

Gaddafi’s grim end

When you get a chance to have one less Gaddafi in the world, you should take it. By Donald Kaul Like any good liberal I thought that Muammar Gaddafi, after being captured by rebel forces, should have been read his Miranda rights and then taken directly to jail to await trial by a jury of …

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Oct 19 2011

Boots, buckles, and bling

Back in 1984 Good Shepherd Medical Center (GSMC) organized 60 women into the Good Shepherd Guild/Gold Rush.  These volunteers offer up their time, talents and sundry support to assist the hospital in various ways year-round.  The more than $6 million in contributions the Gold Rush has raised through the years have financed the Heart Center, …

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Oct 19 2011

Film Fest slated

Filmmakers or just those who would like to explore filmmaking are invited to participate in free educational sessions on Saturday at Gallery Main Street. These sessions are part of the ongoing Downtown Tyler “Show Us Your Shorts” Film Festival, which began Wednesday and will run through Saturday at Liberty Hall. All sessions will be held …

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