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Category Archives: 2008

South Beach Cafe

SOUTH BEACH CAFE. 800 The Embarcadero, San Francisco. Open Daily. Out near Pac Bell Park on the Embarcadero, South Beach Cafe is one of the forgotten jewels in the crown of the … Continue reading

July 23, 2014 · 1 Comment

Staying In San Francisco? Travelers Take Note

PACIFIC HEIGHTS INN. 1555 Union Street. San Francisco. Telephone: (415) 776-3310. In a town full of Holiday Inns, Marriot Hotels and Ramadas, you won’t hear too much about the Pacific Heights … Continue reading

June 7, 2013 · Leave a comment

Announcing the 2005 Bard Fiction Prize

New Releases from Palgrave New Releases from Wiley & Sons MURDER OF A MEDICI PRINCESS. Caroline Murphy. Oxford University Press. In Murder of a Medici Princess, Caroline Murphy describes the spirited but all-too-brief … Continue reading

May 10, 2013 · 1 Comment

Songs From the Caldera

From the Editor: Periodically, The Electric Review will feature new, original works of short fiction and poetry as a means of circulating the efforts of promising new writers: Our goal here is to … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

Lust For Justice: Contemplating Terrorism

From the Editor: Obviously, criminal defense attorney J. Tony Serra cares about our planet and its ultimate direction – his every living breath perfectly exemplifying this fact. And even though … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

In Memoriam: John Stewart (1939-2008)

Going beyond the songwriting and guitar-picking, Stewart’s real trademark was the way that he related to his fans, this man who opened the doors to his heart and invited us … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

“Blood Fanatics”

(In analysis of the concept of war extending tribal times through our present age) And who (was) This face (emerging) From a thirsty Ash-black panel Of shadows (in) To the Iron teeth Of the … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

An Interview With Dennis Franz

Given the fact that “NYPD Blue” has been on for 12 years, can you describe how your character has changed and evolved over that time. Well, 12 years out of … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment

On Franz As Sipowicz

On March 1, NYPD Blue hung up its badge after 12 splendid seasons at the center of ABC’s play-list. This brings to a wistful end an era in which America was blessed to witness … Continue reading

August 1, 2008 · Leave a comment
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