The Ojo Internet Mailbox
(Wherein we publish some comments about our previous issues.)
MOVING TO ECUADOR
We’ll keep a light on for you.
UNCOMMON COMMON SENSE - AUGUST 2011
Do you know who the writer is for Variety who made that statement? I have gone to the Variety archives and have not been able to find it. Is it possibly urban legend? Would love to see the actual article, please help.
INTEL 2012 LAKESIDE COMMUNITY AWARDS
When will the winner be announced?
YOU MUST CLOSE THE DOOR AND MOVE ON
Michael James Cook
I would just like to thank you Rodger for the most meaningful and dynamic prose, poetry that I have read for along time. Write on my friend
Michael James Cook.
LAKESIDE LITTLE THEATER
50th Jubilee Season!
By Michael Warren
Lakeside boasts the oldest English-speaking theater in Mexico.
Fiction by Antonio Ramblés
Myra’s husband Paul had been dead nearly a year when a couple young enough to be her children moved
Movie Review by Tod Jonson
Few people know the history of Ava DuVernay, a black artist who heretofore worked with short subject material.
Bridge By The Lake
By Ken Masson
Bridge players learn early in their careers that the most desirable holdings in a trump suit are a minimum of
Child Of The Month
By Rich Petersen
Brayan Alejandro A.R.
We at Programa pro Niños Incapacitados del Lago just met Brayan a couple of
Wordwise With Pithy Wit
By Tom Clarkson
This morning, my pal F.T. – who shared the Iraq experience with me during my third trek there – forwarded
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Front Row Center
By Michael Warren
The Pajama Game
By Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
Directed by Peggy Lord Chilton
Every Word Important
By Herbert W. Piekow
Every word a writer writes has meaning yes, sometimes they never get published or the book
By Jim Rambologna
Enzio Grattani was the Editor-in-Chief of a local rivista (or magazine) in Ajiermo, Italy. Locals