Manhattan Rhapsody

A sound, muffled but insistent, as if fighting its way through a fog, floats backwards from the street ahead; a car horn.  And another, and then another, and now a chorus of plaintive automobile cries is rising up from the damp asphalt.  The noise is raucous and full of anger; an orchestra of a hundred trumpets all out of tune.

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Of Rhinoceroses and Men

That this particular play, which was written in the 1950's as an allegorical investigation of the widespread rise of fascism throughout Europe in the lead-up to World War II now feels so pertinent should give us serious pause. 

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15,513

...two superpower nations held the people of the world hostage with an arsenal capable of destroying the whole of humankind...

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Concrete & Light

Here you will find - for starters - work and thoughts from artists/musicians/writers/creatives, articles explaining the creative process, philosophical essays, and whatever else to forward the collective conversation on human existence. Comments are open with the hopes of creating a forum and hub for dialogue with artists, art appreciators, philosophers, those who aspire and inspire within all walks of life.

Looking forward to what you have to share.

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