Category Archives: loss

On Michael Hastings

I came to learn about¬†Michael Hastings from Jack Gray, a writer/producer for Anderson Cooper 360, years ago. On Jack’s recommendation, I followed Michael on Twitter, especially enjoying his tweets from a writer’s workshop he attended in New England. Commenting on … Continue reading

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I owe Baz Luhrmann an apology.

I am not a film critic, nor would I ever attempt to be. Not no way, not no how. But I put myself out there when I first heard that Baz Luhrmann was directing a new version of “The Great … Continue reading

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Loss is a strange thing.

Life is funny sometimes. Sometimes it is not. And sometimes it just ends. After my earlier post about regret, I never expected to¬†be talking about loss, but when something disturbing occurred in my neighborhood this morning, I realized just how … Continue reading

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