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Re: “Belief Is Not Required

Another excellent column, with lots of insight for this Aries to chew on. It's been a challenging Mercury retrograde however I will survive! 20 August Delta touches down at MCI and delivers me back to the Cow Town. Time for a beer and session, my friend.

Peace and Love from Across the Pond! Chris

Posted by Chris Robson on 08/09/2012 at 12:42 AM

Re: “Belief Is Not Required

Astrology, unlike intuition, is a language that can be taught.
Were you born with your lights (ajna or third eye) on?
Clairvoyance is a fire sign (Aries, Leo, Sag) phenomenon. The other 3 elements (earth, air and water) have their soulful/psyche gifts.
Thank you, Cherry Muhanji for knowing how 2 express what illuminates you!

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Posted by Quan Tracy Cherry on 08/02/2012 at 11:30 PM

Re: “At Fringe, bigger is better – until it isn't

This is a poor review - as a matter of fact, it does not review the shows at all. It's main complaint seems to rest on that there is too many shows to see! Boo-hoo! Make a choice and go!

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Posted by Kc PhotoEye on 08/02/2012 at 1:08 PM

Re: “Belief Is Not Required

I received an PNR from Quan.Though I don't speak astrological languageIi was able to see me, probably for the first time.

I've sat with Quan and his friends who do speak astrology and for the most part I just listen, rather like i do here in the Yucatan where i don't speak Spanish. I'v never had an affinity for language but this PNR may just be the start of something new.

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Posted by Cherry Muhanji on 08/01/2012 at 10:57 PM

Re: “The outlier artist known as A. Bitterman is spending the summer on an island - in Indiana.

this photograph shows a scene from "back country permit", does it not?

Posted by Emily Evans Sloan on 07/11/2012 at 6:17 PM

Re: “Visionary ceramist Don Reitz leaves his fingerprints on the Belger

Many thanks to Tracy Abeln for this thoughtful article about Don Reitz and his career. We are very proud of this exhibition. And thanks to The Pitch for making space for art coverage.
Mo Dickens
Belger Arts Center / Red Star Studios

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Posted by Mo on 07/11/2012 at 12:59 PM

Re: “Visionary ceramist Don Reitz leaves his fingerprints on the Belger

This is a fabulous show. Don't miss it!

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Posted by Sherry Leedy on 07/11/2012 at 11:23 AM

Re: “Belief Is Not Required

I don't know quite how to email you directly, when I tried it just sent the article to a friend. My email is bjameslasley@yahoo.com, I sent you a message on facebook with my phone number. Thanks, Blair.

Posted by Blair J. L. on 05/20/2012 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Kansas City's kite guy

Where can I fly a kite legally in KC MO.

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Posted by Kimmyroxberry on 05/20/2012 at 7:40 AM

Re: “MTH's Sweeney Todd takes just a little off the sides

I've seen Sweeney Todd three times. The original production on Broadway, the Broadway revivial, and the show at Music Theatre Heritage. Found the latter to be a magical night of theatre filled with innovation and breath-taking performances. I was transported. I didn't miss a lyric and that is what it's all about. Had no idea there was talent like this in Kansas City. I urge all theatre lovers to go.

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Posted by JoAnnTeach on 04/28/2012 at 11:26 AM

Re: “MTH's Sweeney Todd takes just a little off the sides

Although the talent of the cast is superb the suspense and excitement are lost in this adaptation.

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Posted by theatre lover on 04/28/2012 at 10:43 AM

Re: “See these artworks before their exhibitions close

0_o

Posted by minula23 on 04/25/2012 at 5:45 AM

Re: “Suffer the chickens, says Lawrence artist Amber Hansen

I think Hansen's project was brilliant. The fact that there was such a 'problem' with her original plan only brought more attention to the exhibition and that's a good thing. This is an important conversation that more people need to be having. Well done Amber!

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Posted by Andrew Neher on 04/20/2012 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Suffer the chickens, says Lawrence artist Amber Hansen

If you are remotely associated with farming, and you are by living in Kansas, you have the opportunity to go meet chickens, cows, pigs, etc. at your local farmer's house. I am sure they will let you go commune with the cattle. If you pay them, they will even let you keep it. I would think it refreshing to see you walk your cow, and pick up its mess on the sidewalks, and have conversations with it, and "know she loves you back." No.. wait, chickens love you back... cows are bitter because "Everything tastes like chicken!" I invite everyone to have a pet cow because it so stupid some freshman at KU would probably try. Get real you morons!!

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Posted by Jack on 04/18/2012 at 3:40 PM

Re: “Suffer the chickens, says Lawrence artist Amber Hansen

Great article. Thanks for returning the spotlight to this project, Theresa. I hope those who caused this online ruckus in the first place acknowledge the diluted result of what the artist originally intended. Would Hansen better serve her coops by placing signage that attracts attention and explains WHY there are empty coops strewn about?

Posted by Blair Schulman on 04/18/2012 at 8:58 AM

Re: “Out of Time & Space Astrology

new structure means a new opening for ideas. i like.

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Posted by Cherry Muhanji on 03/02/2012 at 12:02 AM

Re: “Now at the Coterie Theatre:
The Wrestling Season

In order to be a review I think you have to use an adjective. This is a plot summary... Or preview at best. I mean, how was it, man? Personally I thought it was a good show but reading this would not move me to take action and see it.

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Posted by Actor on 02/15/2012 at 5:46 PM

Re: “Beer for Breakfast is fun but not very filling

At the endof the first act I thought the author hates women. The one woman there is presented as an angry bitch. But things turned completely around in the secomd act when you discover what is really going on. The show was funny, well paced, Very satisfying and didn't deserve the criticism you sprayed on it. I hope it makes it to the Big Apple. At the very least it deserves long runs in community theaters all over this country. Ted

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Posted by ted on 02/07/2012 at 7:53 AM

Re: “Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre tries too hard, and people get hurt

There is nothing wrong with this review—"small townness" would be to not acknowledge the difficulties in a show or company, and that's something missing too often here. It's a small, tight-knit theater community, and that's mostly nice, but it's okay to ask a company to step up and do better.

Posted by kamikazecook on 02/05/2012 at 2:12 PM

Re: “Lily Tomlin and her reinvented alter egos perform at the Kauffman Center

Damn!! She looks like she hasnt aged a bit since i first saw her on Laugh In during the 70s!!

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Posted by c on 11/16/2011 at 3:57 PM

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