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ONE MORE TIME

Here is the correct link for the Supreme Court and Health Care blog: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/miles-j-zaremski/supreme-court-health_b_1470067.html

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The Supreme Court and Health Care

If anyone is interested in a summary of the arguments before the Court please visit the following link: The Supreme Court and the Health Law Cases: ‘It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s O www.huffingtonpost.com

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CONFLICT

As I watched the solid production of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE last night at the Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway, I could not help observing how each of the leading characters handle conflict. I will discuss STANLEY, the part that made … Continue reading

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CONFLICT THAT CANNOT BE RESOLVED

THE KREUTZER SONATA, currently playing in New York City’s Cafe La Mama, is a chilling theatrical event based on Leo’s Tolstoy’s novella of the same name. What makes this experience so rivetting and compelling is the protagonists’s conlfict over his … Continue reading

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Conflict As A Driver of Action

The current film J EDGAR is a stark example of unresolved conflict management. Although in his lifetime he revolutionized the FBI and successfully gained enormous power and influence, he was a man conflicted within himself who often projected this internal … Continue reading

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Mike Daisey Is Not Afraid To Open His Eyes

Daisey’s creation, THE AGONY AND ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS is a sly work. He slowly and hauntingly shows us how via our dependency and fascination with electronic things, we all are part of a global community. We all are taught … Continue reading

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Separating Parents and Their Daughters

I recently had the experience of viewing two new films; MONEYBALL (2011 directed by Glen Miller and written by Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin) and A SEPARATION (2011 directed and written by Asghar Farhardi). The difference between the way adolescent daughters … Continue reading

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Ah …Almodovar!

I do not want to spoil the experience of his new film THE SKIN I LIVE IN for anyone. However I just wish Almodovar had incorporated some of the character complexity which Arthur Miller distilled in his Eddie Carbone of … Continue reading

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“The “Odd Couple” — Steve Jobs and Health Care as a Right for All”

I urge all to read this column by my colleague and friend Miles Zaremski Article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/miles-j-zaremski/the-odd-couplesteve-jobs-_b_1003346.html

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The Fool Within

This entry refers to the recent production of King Lear presented by the Brooklyn Academy of Music  (BAM) and the Donmar Warehouse Theatre of London England Seeing Derek Jacobi ‘s rendition of King Lear is a rewarding experience and seeing … Continue reading

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