The real third Estate.

The real third Estate.
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DPQuinn | New Jersey 5/12/22
Maybe, I will find something to buy before I die. Been impoverished by ruthless landlords. Paying my assets just for rent, while my earned income becomes less not more. They get richer while I fall through their cracks.
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DPQuinn | New Jersey 5/13/22
If the bottom is $810,000 and he get’s a 5 or 10% Commision; what SCRAPS does the Middle now muddled class get ?
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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 1/4/21
Rapacious out-of-control Kapatlists (with a capital k) destroyed the American economy. In 40 years they acculumated 50% of American money spilt among themselves: the 10 % !! And djt is a Krony of all of them. DON’T BLAME THE AMERICAN PEOPLE !!!
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danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ 7/4/20
Economic imbalance is the core of the problem. Solipsism is the result of this economic chaos from the 1-10% trickling down to us. It was only gotten worse because money and billions grow on their own just sitting in off-shore or private banking accounts.
Elitist snobbism is pervasive in the Senate, incompetents drive the Cabinet and djt’s brain. Disinformation, fake news pops out of his head in all directions.
Then the networks carry his tirades as “news.”
C’mon !!!!
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danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ 6/11/20
Mr Krugman is a gift to all of us who listen to his insights. BUT his years are off kilter. Djt may say 1968, but he is clandestinely believing its 1984 and we are in “mind-control” by him. In a profound way he is living an alternative reality that ended in that nightmare year in violence, assassinations and death. We the Cats are out of the bag and he is going back in.
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John Gordon (1815 – February 14, 1845) was the last person executed by Rhode Island. His conviction and execution have been ascribed by researchers to anti-Roman Catholic and anti-Irish immigrant bias.[1] As a result, he was posthumously pardoned in 2011.[2]John Gordon
Born1815IrelandDiedFebruary 14, 1845 (aged 29-30)ProvidenceRhode Island, U.S.Cause of deathExecution by hangingCriminal statusExecuted (February 14, 1845)Posthumously pardoned by Governor (June 29, 2011)Conviction(s)Murder (posthumously pardoned)Criminal penaltyDeathIn 1844, Gordon was tried and convicted for the December 31, 1843, beating murder of Amasa Sprague, a Cranston textile factory owner. Sprague was a member of a prominent Rhode Island family. His brother William was a United States senator. Six months before his murder, Amasa Sprague had used his family’s political influence to have Cranston resident Nicholas Gordon’s liquor license removed by the city council.[1] (Sprague’s employees were habitually getting drunk at Gordon’s premises.) Nicholas Gordon and his brother John were Roman Catholic immigrants from Ireland. Nicholas, John and William Gordon (another brother) were all tried for murder, but only John was convicted, a conviction based on contradictory circumstantial evidence.[1] William was found not guilty and in Nicholas’s case, held after John’s execution, the jury was hung. John Gordon was executed by hanging in the state jail in Providence. The court justices, which included Justice Job Durfee, that were involved in all three trials acted as both trial judges and the court of final appeal.[3] Included in jury instructions, Durfee “told the jurors to give greater weight to Yankee witnesses than Irish witnesses.”[1]Seven years after Gordon’s execution, Rhode Island abolished the death penalty.[1] Although it was reintroduced in 1872, no executions took place before capital punishment was abolished again by the state in 1984. In the 1990s, when the Rhode Island General Assembly considered reinstating the death penalty, Gordon’s case has been used by those against reinstatement to demonstrate the dangers of capital punishment.[1]In 2011, playwright Ken Dooley wrote and produced a stage play “The Murder Trial of John Gordon”. It ran 21 times at the Park Theater in Cranston, RI. Following his attending the play, State Representative Peter Martin [District 75 – Newport] introduced a resolution requesting that then Governor Lincoln Chafee grant a posthumous pardon to Gordon based on evidence that he, Gordon, had been subjected to a prejudiced trial.Following passing of the resolution by the Rhode Island General Assembly, Governor Lincoln Chafee pardoned Gordon on June 29, 2011.[2] The legislation was sponsored in the House of Representatives by Peter F. Martin and in the Senate by Michael McCaffrey.[2] Chafee signed the proclamation of pardon at the Old State House, where Gordon’s trial had taken place more than 150 years before.[2]In September 2014, Enda Kenny, the Taoiseach of Ireland, visited the Rhode Island Irish Famine Memorial and in a speech praised Martin and Chafee for pardoning Gordon.



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Dukakis on Nicola Sacco/Bartolomeo Vanzetti Memorial Day (1977).

By His Excellency

MICHAEL S. DUKAKIS

Governor

A P R O C L A M A T I O N

1977

WHEREAS: A half century ago next month, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were executed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts after being indicted, tried, and found guilty of murdering Alessandro Berardelli and Frederick A. Parmenter; and

WHEREAS: Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were Italian immigrants who lived and worked in Massachusetts while openly professing their beliefs in the doctrines of anarchism; and

WHEREAS: The atmosphere of their trial and appeals was permeated by prejudice against foreigners and hostility toward unorthodox political views; and

WHEREAS: The conduct of many of the officials involved in the case shed serious doubt on their willingness and ability to conduct the prosecution and trial of Sacco and Vanzetti fairly and impartially; and

WHEREAS: The limited scope of appellate review then in effect did not allow a new trial to be ordered based on the prejudicial effect of the proceedings as a whole; and

WHEREAS: This situation was later rectified as a direct result of their case by the adoption of Chapter 341 of the Acts of 1939, which permitted the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to order a new trial not merely because the verdict was contrary to the law, but also if it was against the weight of the evidence, contradicted by newly discovered evidence, or “for any other reason that justice may require”; and

WHEREAS: The people of Massachusetts today take pride in the strength and vitality of their governmental institutions, particularly in the high quality of their legal system; and

WHEREAS: They recognize that all human institutions are imperfect, that the possibility of injustice is ever-present, and that the acknowledgement of fault, combined with a resolve to do better, are signs of strength in a free society; and

WHEREAS: The trial and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti should serve to remind all civilized people of the constant need to guard against our susceptibility to prejudice, our intolerance of unorthodox ideas, and our failure to defend the rights of persons who are looked upon as strangers in our midst; and

WHEREAS: Simple decency and compassion, as well as respect for truth and an enduring commitment to our nation?s highest ideals, require that the fate of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti be-pondered by all who cherish tolerance, justice and human understanding; and

WHEREAS: Tuesday, August 23, 1977, will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the execution of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Michael S. Dukakis, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by virtue of the authority conferred upon me as Supreme Executive Magistrate by the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and by all other authority vested in me, do hereby proclaim Tuesday, August 23, 1977, “NICOLA SACCO AND BARTOLOMEO VANZETTI MEMORIAL DAY”; and declare, further, that any stigma and disgrace should be forever removed from the names of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, from the names of their families and descendants, and so, from the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; and I hereby call upon all the people of Massachusetts to pause in their daily endeavors to reflect upon these tragic events, and draw from their historic lessons the resolve to prevent the forces of intolerance, fear, and hatred from ever again uniting to overcome rationality, wisdom, and fairness to which our legal system aspires.

Given at the Executive Chamber in Boston, this nineteenth day of July in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy-seven and of the independence of the United States of America the two hundred and first.

By His Excellency the Governor MICHAEL S. DUKAKIS

PAUL GUZZI, Secretary of the Commonwealth

GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

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Trudeau apologizes for the WWII internment of Italian Canadians

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Some background:

“On February 24, 1994, the exhibit Una Storia Segreta: When Italian Americans Were ‘Enemy Aliens’ opened at the Museo Italo Americano in San Francisco. The opening on February 24 memorialized the date in 1942 when enemy aliens of Italian descent living in recently-designated “prohibited zones” on the West Coast had to leave their homes and businesses in those zones and move elsewhere”.

How about reparations for the Italians and an apology here too by President Biden ?

Malachy McCourt on “organized labor” (Author House) by Daniel P Quinn.

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Grim, crime, grifting…???

How about the truth ?

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Malachy McCourt on “organized labor” (AuthorHouse.com)

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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ 2/18/21

Isn’t headline “Renew search for extinct Life” an oxymoron if its dead ?

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It is light-hearted, complex, and dead serious as well.

I hope you enjoy it.

Mars(zipan) ore not.

Mars to us in 2021.

Isn’t headline

“Renew search

for extinct Life”

an oxymoron

if its dead ?

They could be Irish too.

Well “they” have our polar caps,

but probably don’t speak Icelandic.

Having been to Iceland briefly

I can vouch for that.

Mars, not so much.

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Ukranium!

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DPQuinn | New Jersey

After the brutal, carastrophic scorched Ukraine to rubble, what do you suggest as an alternative ?

Dealing with a meglomaniac and scycophants adds a whole new level to what is going on above and below ground.

If the Russian people knew the TRUTH there would be a new reality to stop the war.

Propaganda mixed with fairy dust from putan the ballet or olde Russia just don’t make it either.

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“Organized Labor’ (AuthorHouse.com) by Daniel P. Quinn is a wonderful book of poems. His language is very specific and his images powerful. There are poems that evoke old New York and also poems that address recent issues we face today in the world since 9/11.

Jeritza and Newark a toxic-combination post-mortem.

ArtsPRunlimited, Inc.Former Maria Jeritza estate in serious disrepair in Newark.While giving a tour to a colleague from New York for the Cherry Blossoms, I took a detour to show him the Jeritza estate. It was a mistake a few days ago.The roof of the guest house seems to be imploding. This would be a Historic Landmark disaster for the Forest Hill section of Newark and the Opera community from here to Vienna and The Met.
In conjunction with The Metropolitan new production of DER ROSENKAVALIER they honored Jeritza on the Grand Tier with an exhibit of her costume jewelry as worn on The Met stage. A colleague brought it to my attention only a few years ago so Jeritza is still honored and remembered at The Met.Maria Jeritza was a superstar at the Metropolitan, Vienna, Czech, + LaScala Opera who premiered Opera’s by Puccini, Strauss, + Janacek. Jeritza also loved, lived, and stayed at her home and estate in Newark NJ for 40 years. Let’s not abandon her heritage now.
The New York Times noted in their obituary she was a star of Opera’s Golden Age in the 20th century. She was an Opera Diva, who lived, retired, and died In Newark in 1982 at 94. She attended and supported opera at The Mosque Theatre and Symphony Hall in Newark, NJ. Her appearances would generate instant applause at each performance with her blond hair and blue tinted glasses.Homage to Maria Jeritza, who resided In Newark and made opera andmusic history in Brno, Newark, The Met, Vienna and inspired and worked with Giacomo Puccini, Leos Janacek, and Richard Strauss during her stellar career.MARIA JERITZA, STAR OF OPERA’S ‘GOLDEN AGE,’ DIES AT 94 …www.nytimes.com/1982/…/maria-jeritza-star-of-opera-s-golden-age-dies-at-94 .- Maria Jeritza, the internationally renowned soprano who has beencalled … Miss Jeritza was one of the great artists of opera’s”golden age,” (1887-1982) longtime resident of Newark,NJ who sang for Richard Strauss, Leos Janacek, and Giacomo Puccini:Premiere’s at the Met, Vienna, Brno, LaScala in her illustrious career in Europe and the United States.Richard Strauss wrote 4 Last Songs (and one last song for Maria(Jeritza ) who retired to Newark after her international opera careerfrom Vienna to The Met.Puccini loved Jeritza as his favorite TOSCA. Maria started thetradition of Tosca laying prone on the floor to sing “Vissi d’arte.”Jeritza premiered Janacek’s JENUFA among other highlights from Brno,Vienna and Milan. Her legendary musical soirees occurred at her homein North Newark. It should be an Historic Site and turned into a OperaMuseum while it still stands though now in private hands. Her postretirement appearances at The Met and Symphony Hall (formerly the Mosque Theatre) garnered a rash of applause from the opera audience.ArtsPRunlimited, Inc is part of Fractured Atlas< https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=11419 >Share this:Press ThisTwitterFacebookCustomize buttonsRelatedMaria Jeritza in Newark, Italy and me (Lulu 2019) in 2021.As a Newark native I have seen Newark in many guises over the years from St Benedict’s Prep Drama Guild to my Certificate of Appreciation from Essex County College as Arts Editor of The Ecco, and Editor of Shapes of Things. My Arts career began via Intercultural Studies and Contemporary Arts at Ramapo College where I produced a Classical Concert Series featuring Emmanuel Ax; Fred Sherry; Ursula Oppens and Joyce Mathis when they were Young Concert Artists. Emmanuel Ax had Tea in my kitchen before his recital.Claudio Abbado invited me to spend a season in Milan at LaScala as a guest directing assistant. Later, I was a Guest of Aer Lingus for The Dublin Theatre Festival in Ireland and afterwards directed THE GIGLI CONCERT in Rome (in Italian).More recently, I worked with French Cultural Services honoring the Orchestre de Lyon, France at NJPAC in 2017. Earlier, I produced 5 Festivals in the City of Paterson honoring Paterson, France, Ireland, and Italy.This Opera Project would be dedicated to Maria Jeritza at NJPAC (2020/21) . Jeritza was a superstar at the Metropolitan, Vienna, & LaScala Opera Companies. Jeritza premiered Opera’s by Puccini, Strauss, + Janacek.Jeritza also loved, lived, and retired in Newark NJ.The New York Times noted in their obituary she was a star of Opera’s Golden Age in the 20th century. She was an Opera Diva, who lived, retired, and died In Newark in 1982 at 94. She attended and supported opera at The Mosque Theatre and Symphony Hall in Newark, NJ. Her appearances would generate instant applause at each performance with her blond hair and blue tinted glasses.Homage to Maria Jeritza, who resided In Newark and made opera andmusic history in Brno, Newark, The Met, Vienna and inspired and workedwith Giacomo Puccini, Leos Janacek, and Richard Strauss in her career.,MARIA JERITZA, STAR OF OPERA’S ‘GOLDEN AGE,’ DIES AT 94 …www.nytimes.com/1982/…/maria-jeritza-star-of-opera-s-golden-age-dies-at-94. Maria Jeritza, the internationally renowned soprano who has beencalled … Miss Jeritza was one of the great artists of opera’s”golden age,” (1887-1982) longtime resident of Newark,NJ who sang for Richard Strauss, Leos Janacek, and GiacomoPuccini :Premiere’s at the Met, Vienna, Brno, LaScala in her illustrious career in Europe and the United States.Richard Strauss wrote 4 Last Songs (and one last song for Maria(Jeritza ) who retired to Newark after her international opera careerfrom Vienna to The Met.Puccini loved Jeritza as his favorite TOSCA. Maria started thetradition of Tosca laying prone on the floor to sing “Vissi d’arte.”Jeritza premiered Janacek’s JENUFA among other highlights from Brno,Vienna and Milan. Her legendary musical soirees occurred at her homein North Newark. It should be an Historic Site and turned into a OperaMuseum while it still stands though now in private hands. Her postretirement appearances at The Met and Symphony Hall (formerly theMosque Theatre) garnered a rash of applause from the opera audience.ArtsPRunlimited, Inc is part of Fractured Atlas<https://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=11419Connect with us
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Writes ArtsPR views by Daniel P Quinn ·May 8Liked by Opera Daily How about Mama Lucia in Cavalleria Rusticana for Mother’s Day ?3ReplyDelete
Opera DailyMay 8Authoryes that is a wonderful choice!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxM05dWWj2I1Reply
Daniel P QuinnWrites ArtsPR views by Daniel P Quinn ·May 8Liked by Opera Dailyor the Mother Superior in Dialogues of the Carmelites ?2ReplyDelete
ClydeMay 8Liked by Opera DailyWhat a poorly written and hackish thought, that it is the dominance of male composers that’s behind the portrayal of mothers as villains. Could it be that a maternal villain is simply more interesting and melodramatic given that it is so against the type of the caring and self-sacrificing mother?I agree that most endeavors of the world would be very much improved had women and people of color had the same rights and opportunities as the privileged.2Reply
Daniel P QuinnWrites ArtsPR views by Daniel P Quinn ·May 8Liked by Opera DailyMama Lucia was a Sicilian peasant; Susan B Anthony a progressive; Mother Superior a victim of the French Revolution—-I saw all the Saints statues guiloteened in St John’s Cathedral in Lyon, France and NEVER repaired even after 200 years. I saw and felt the fury of the French Revolution on that spot in that Church. Unforgettable. They were oppressed too.2ReplyDelete
Daniel P QuinnWrites ArtsPR views by Daniel P Quinn ·May 8Liked by Opera Dailyor The Mother of Us All by Virgil Thomson and Susan B. ?2ReplyDelete
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Opera DailyMay 8AuthorYour suggestions are always great – I had a list of 5 Mother’s Day selections for today but decided to go with one. Glad you are sharing all of these!1Reply
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UKRAINE, putan, prokofiev.

DPQuinn | New Jersey 5/11/22

After the brutal, carastrophic scorched Ukraine to rubble, what do you suggest as an alternative ? Dealing with a meglomaniac and scycophants adds a whole new level to what is going on above and below ground. If the Russian people knew the TRUTH there would be a new reality to stop the war. Propaganda mixed with fairy dust from putan the ballet or olde Russia just don’t make it either.

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Ukraine/Prokofiev/Putin/Nevsky:

Alexander Nevsky is the score composed by Sergei Prokofiev for Sergei Eisenstein’s 1938 film Alexander Nevsky. The subject of the film is the 13th century incursion of the knights of the Livonian Order…

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DPQuinn | New Jersey 3/2/22

I remember 9/11 very well—with the terrifying thought we had been bombed. The sky was eerily quiet and all you could see looking downtown was opaque smoke from Belleville, NJ. The Ukranians are now being bombed again and again. The NO FLY ZONE could be effective. The world shares this burden; but WE MUST move further to stop it as well.

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DPQuinn | New Jersey 2/22/22

Insightful comments— about the grim persistence of Putin’s shabby reign these past 20 years and still. He has become a malicious figure splaying bullets or bombs in Checynia, Syria, Ukraine as his own Reign of Terror. With all those demonstrations against him and this new war effort, there may be glimmers of reason in Belorussia as we saw last year. When Putin is blood thirsty and in his own irreality…

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DPQuinn | New Jersey 2/21/22

Excuse me, but having been born in the 1950’s I really had no sense of the Baltic countries, and I had a high school Ukranian classmate who hated the Russians. There was a reference to the Lithuanian armies in BORIS GODUNOV the other night on PBS. From the 18th century that had real resonance today. That former “no-mans” Russian territory still sits between them all. Another tinderbox issue. Putin now revealed as a meglomaniac. Rasputin anyone ?

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September 1941

During WWII, the battle of Kiev in Ukraine, June to Sept. 1941, between Wehrmacht and Russian troops was the largest armored engagement in history.10,000 tanks and support vehicles between the two slugged it out. Russia won.

“Alexander Nevsky” by Sergei Prokofiev (Audio + Full …

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Jan 03, 2018 · pf: Claudio Abbado cond/ London Symphony Orchestra & ChorusMezzo-soprano: Elena Obraztsova0:00 – Russia Under the Mongolian Yoke

3:06 – Song About Alexander N...

In a weird way, I think Putin has WAR & PEACE in his head or the Battle on the Ice from Prokofiev’s ALEXANDR NEVSKY !!!

And when that battle was over the Dead were strewn everywhere. Echoed in the profound Aria of lamentation !!!

Madness of another egomaniac…as the world lays in wait.

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St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church

@stnicholasukrainiancatholic in Passaic, NJ.

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MATCHING GIFT ANNOUNCED.Fractured Atlas, is celebrating their 20-year anniversaryEvery donation that we receive from May 2 – May 8is one chance that we have to receive $1,000.They will be distributing $1,000 to 20 different projects.
Donations of any amount not only help support my work in and of themselves, they also give us a chance to receive a additional support.
Also of note:The Red Wheelbarrow Poetry Readingswill begin onThursday, May 4 at 7 PM.The Little Theater, at Felician University.230 Montross Ave, Rutherford, NJ, Featuring Morgan Boyle and Preeti Shah!.
Meet Author Christine Conforti on May 6th at Uncorked in Totowa, NJ
Christine Conforti will be appearing onFriday, May 6th from 5 -7pmUncorked in Totowa, NJPatersonian Christine Conforti will do Book signing of THE LEGEND OF THE SEASON: Magic of the Pearls at Uncorked. RSVP: 973-782-4780“It was great having you perform WCW’s Paterson,Book 1 at Oradell Public Library !!!”— John J TrauseEINPresswire.com/ — ArtsPRunlimited is proud to announce that Christine Conforti will be appearing for a Book signing with her new bookTHE LEGEND OF THE SEASON:Magic of the Pearls at Uncorked,650 Union Boulevard, Totowa, NJ 07512,RSVP at UNCORKED: 973-782-4780.5pm on Friday May 6th, 2022.Biography:Ms. Conforti, a graduate of Villanova University was born and raised in Paterson, NJ. For many years she ran a Paterson Arts Series at the Ivanhoe Wheelhouse in the Historic District of Paterson. She also participated in The Great George Festival, and most recently organized a Children’s Art show at the Paterson Museum in 2020. She has also been active with the Paterson Library as a Board of Advisors.
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“It was great having you perform WCW’s Paterson, Book 1 at Oradell Public Library !!!”John J Trause, Director, Oradell Library, NJ.”Reading was excellent! Both readers really brought Paterson the work to life & made it accessible, rather than daunting (as a lengthy poem like that can appear to be). Because of their efforts, I feel like I know more about WCW’s great poem & about WCW, as a writer — & story-teller! Your discussion of Paterson the city, Newark, and WCW very much enhanced the event. Thank you so much for this wonderful program.My best, D. Rowland.””Of half dozen live poetry readings that come to mind,your PATERSON was the best.”K. KramerArtsPRunlimited Inc is a sponsored program with Fractured Atlas:<http://www.fracturedatlas.org/site/fiscal/profile?id=11419>;The best compliment you can give me is forwarding this on to a friend.ArtsPRunlimited,Inc | 351 Broad St, B1702, Newark, NJ 07104April 2022 News by Daniel P. QuinnDaniel P QuinnOtherCan’t wait to see everyone, it’s been too long.
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$50-$250 or more Patrons.DPQuinn | New Jersey 3/9/22Hubris in Brooklyn—-as their own Tower of Babel !!!Unfortunate and ugly greed on distended splay.
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History, Film and the Olympics 2022.

DPQuinn | New Jersey 2/13/22Hard to watch—-with all the restrictions in place as a hollow manifestation of the real world merged w/Olympic hype. I watched a pair of skaters fall to the ice on TV. I gasped as they were shocking moments. The Olympics as TV with ghastly merged-coming attraction of the next Jurassic movie. PLEASE stop it. War clouds and acrimony on top of this charade in China. What’s to watch—or are the Chinese and Russians watching us ?
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