Plenty of GAPs

“Oh crap! This is going to be a monster!” said Josh Groban after hearing the playback of his first recording of “You Raise Me Up” in 2003. Mentor David Foster agreed, and the rest, as they say, is history. Attending Groban’s concert at the Rose Garden last Friday...

80 is the new 80

A year ago, immediately after my mother’s 79th birthday, she started telling everyone she was 80. While others might desperately cling to 79, she kind of skipped right over it. And I can understand where she was coming from. At 79 you’re a bit more accountable; people...

Repertory

The Coaster Theater in Cannon Beach always has a wonderful summer repertory. Traditionally, they alternate three eclectic and entertaining plays throughout the season. The past two years I’ve been able to attend all they performed by driving to Cannon Beach on three...

The countdown begins!

The people at Gorham Printing in Centralia exemplify what terrific customer service really means. They respond to my emails promptly, thoroughly answer all the questions I have, and offer helpful suggestions to make both our jobs easier. Monday I turned over my...

Your personal invitation

“Killer Clam Tide,” my 5th one-act play to be performed in three years, is the finale of the Peninsula Players’ One-Act Festival this weekend at the River City Playhouse in Ilwaco. All plays begin with an inspiration, and the idea for “Killer Clam Tide” dropped in my...
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