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Mau ke aloha no Hawai`i (LovealwaysforHawai`i)

It was one of those rare cultural treats on a Thursday night;

not the kind packaged as an evening in paradise, as it often is for the tourist set. I think its sponsors, BAASA a… Read More...

An evening with "Madame F"

On Sunday afternoon, in Slosberg Recital Hall, a large audience gathered to see a musical drama created by Claudia Stevens titled An Evening with Madame F. Stevens, … Read More...

There's nothing else for me but dance

Im leaving my last class and heading for the weekend. Am I thinking about the Irish fun Ill be having? Not quite. I walk into the Shapiro Campus Center and head over to Java City, w… Read More...

Storks and slime molds and bird fluoh my!

This past March 15th, 2006 (as opposed to the upcoming one), I became a third-degree uncle. Being a third-degree uncle is a lot like suffering a third-degree burn except i… Read More...

Living analog in a digital world

Researchers, Developers, and Scientists are good for the earth,
New technology and discovery, do they give birth.
To improve life on this planet for all to use&… Read More...

In the season of the peeper and the crocus

There comes an indescribable sense of liberation when Winters grip finally breaks;

a feeling of freedom that perhaps only people in cold climates can appreciate. The first hint o… Read More...

Just plain revolting

Within seconds of the exceptional bass-line cutting into the writhing hardcore guitar lick on Sunny Day Real Estates In Circles, the revolutionary vibrations of the bands s… Read More...

This is NOT a humor column

This weeks topic concerns a letter to the editor sent in to The Hoot by an alert reader, who shall remain nameless, concerning a column I wrote two weeks ago about the seriou… Read More...

Arsenic and Old Lace lights up the stage

This past weekend, Brandeis Players put on a production of Joseph Kesselrings Arsenic and Old Lace, directed, stage-managed, and produced by the extremely se… Read More...

Kaselehlia! – A journey to the Pacific

Friends, let me tell you about the weirdest trip I ever took. It was two-thousand miles past Hawaii to the island of Ponape, a two-day flight over the turquoise side of our p… Read More...

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