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    Oz on Film Part Seventy-nine: The First T.V. Series of Oz, Part Thirty
    Many of the episodes of Tales of the Wizard of Oz have yet to be seen by your humble History of Oz Examiner, and the four you'll read about in this article are no exceptions. A pity, because they all sound very intriguing."The Fire Chief...
  •  Protesting the proposed KXL pipeline
    Prairie Fire stops printing; World-Herald archive open; Otis XII at poetry event
    For seven and a half years, a "progressive" monthly newspaper-journal out of Lincoln, Prairie Fire, published timely and intelligent articles on some of the most important issues of the day for the Great Plains including the proposed...
  • A Sliver of Light
    A Sliver of Light: Paintings, Poems, and Stories
    Connecticut resident, Sara Drought Nebel is a poet and an award-winning painter, and her new book A Sliver of Light — Meditations is a book of her paintings, poems, and stories. She works in Acrylics, oil, and even sometimes in Crayola...
  • Top 6 poems by Lord Byron
    Top 6 poems by Lord Byron
    The poet Lord Byron wrote some of the most famous poetry in the English language. He exemplified the spirit of romanticism in his work and in his life. January 22 marks Byron’s 227th birthday. Here are poems and books to commemorate the ...
  • David Zasloff's new CD is spoken word at its best comedy.
    David Zasloff's new CD is spoken word at its best comedy.
    "I'm Not Who You Think You Are" is the name of David Zasloff's new CD. Its spoken word and it is comedy recorded with music. This CD is hilarious as most of David's works are.David Zasloffhas been in and around the Los...
  • Gulf Coast Poetry Meeting on January 10
    Gulf Coast Poetry Meeting on January 10
    The Poetry Society of Texas Gulf Coast Poets Chapter will host their monthly meeting on Saturday, September 10 at 10:30 a.m. at the Barnes and Noble in Webster. The meeting is open and free to the public.The featured guest at January’s...
  • Coffee Cartel
    #9 The Coffee Cartel
    Located at 1820 South Catalina Avenue #102, Redondo Beach, CA 90277Coffee Cartel is the home of the Redondo Beach poets who meet there every Tuesday night, and have done so for more than 10 years.The sign up list goes up at 7:50 and the reading...
  • #1 most liked poetry reading of 2014: Red Hen Press at the Annenberg Beach House
    #1 most liked poetry reading of 2014: Red Hen Press at the Annenberg Beach House
    Red Hen Press at the Annenberg Beach House is a monthly reading held every 2ndTuesday. It is FREE and open to the public. Snacks and beverages are offered. Parking is $3/hour ($5 after 5PM) The Annenberg Community Beach House is at 415 Pacific...
  • Poetry In Motion since 1988
    #4. Poetry In Motion since 1988
    #4 Poetry In Motion is a monthly reading: 1st Saturday of the month $15 in advance, $20 at the door, $10 students/seniors, $8 Beyond Baroque members.Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd. in Venice, Ca.Poetry In Motion, launched in 1988, has a 26 year...
  • Rattle Magazine
    #3. Rattle Reading Series
    #3. Rattle Reading Series is a monthly reading -Second Sundays @ 5:00 p.m., except December. No cover charge (and we usually give away free books!) Flintridge Bookstore, 1010 Foothill Boulevard, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011 - (818) 790-0717The...
  • #5. Cobalt Poets
    #5. Cobalt Poets
    Hosted by Rick Lupert: Rick Lupert has been involved with poetry in L.A. since 1990. He’s authored 16 books, most recently “The Gettysburg Undress” (Rothko Press) and received the 2014 Beyond Baroque Distinguished Service Award....
  •  #8 The World Stage
    #8 The World Stage
    The Anansi Writers' Workshop at The World Stage in Leimart Park, the African American cultural center of the City, is on the list and quite liked at #8website:http://www.theworldstage.org
  • Susan Hayden is Library Girl
    #2 Library Girl
    This popular reading isa monthly reading held every 2nd Sunday of the month. $10 admission includes small bites + dessert. Library Girl is held in a theater that lends that theater vibe to the spoken word in a natural and easy audience/orator...
  • The top 10 most liked poetry readings of Los Angeles in 2014
    #10 The Rapp Salon
    Third Friday at The Rapp Salon – a bi-monthly reading: every 3rd Friday of the month with Elena Secota, and the 1st Friday of the month with Peggy Dobreer 8:30p.m. -11:00 p.m. – All ages/Free and located in beautiful Santa Monica. 1436...
  • Saturday afternoon at the library
    #7. Saturday afternoon poetry
    This reading is a weekly reading held Saturdays - 3 to 5pm - always FREE Santa Catalina Branch Library on 999 E. Washington Blvd. in Pasadena