Who is really in charge? It sure isn’t Biden. As they say, follow the money. Here are the eight men who own half of the world….Read More WHO RUNS THE WORLD? (It isn’t girls, like Byonce says)
She turned to me, as if I would submit to a traitor’s kiss as well. I stepped slightly back, watching beneath my dark lashes as she shrugged and fixed herself a drink.Read More Lights, Camera, Action!
That was the moment when I discovered magic. Sitting in that old thatched farmhouse in the English countryside, in an overstuffed chair in front of a crackling fire, the rain beating down outside…Read More That Hideous Strength
the story of casey cohen and the woman he loved This is always a difficult day for me. On Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2000, Casey Cohen left this earth. Casey was a highly respected private investigator often said to have been the foremost authority on the death penalty phase and the first PI to make […]Read More The Man Who Saved Monsters
reflections on living in luxor Here is an article I wrote for Egyptian Streets about teaching boxing to girls here Luxor Boxing Girls: How I Punched My Way Out of Christian American Patriarchy | Egyptian Streets I love this Nile River life of feluccas, temples, and interconnecting villages and canals. I love running along the […]Read More Girl Power on the Nile
So you think you’re free? Did you know that the wealth of the world’s billionaires grew by a staggering $1.9 Trillion in 2020? How much do you suppose it will grow in 2021? We are now entering the 4th Industrial Revolution. Good or bad? The New Normal Documentary by happen.network – YouTube Fact is, most […]Read More The Battle Rages
There aren’t any fireflies in Los Angeles. Everyone knows that.
But I saw them that night at the café. And, okay, I might have been a bit, you know, fucked up, but I’m telling you, I saw them.
I think it had something to do with Lance Rey.
Okay, it had everything to do with Lance Rey.Read More FIREFLY LANE
A Visit to the Tailor When I was in Egypt at age ten, that would be in 1967, my siblings and I found the clothes men wore to be very funny. They looked like pajamas to us, long striped cotton garments,. Women were covered from head to toe, all in black. In the villages of […]Read More Love & Lunacy on the Nile: Jellabiya Time
Today early morning, I run through the village my regular route to the Nile. People cry, “Very good, sport!” with a thumb’s up. A boy on a donkey runs beside me for a bit. Past the awakening shops to a place in the shade where sweet Turkish coffee awaits me, along with a breakfast of […]Read More Luxor Life
The sights, sounds and colors of Luxor, east and west.Read More Luxor East & West