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Saturday, March 16, 8:00 PM, at The Temple Tifereth Israel, in Beachwood (Shaker Blvd. & Richmond Rd.) – my brother David Budin and I will be performing a “sing-along” concert of music from the 50s, 60, and 70s. casino online Last time we did an evening of folk and folk-rock songs that were written by [...]

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They're Here.

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Songbook Going to Print!

So, it's finally here. The proverbial light at the end of the tunnel is in my sights. Just got off the phone with Joe Eglash of Eglash Creative Group and gave him the final OK. Turn around time is now about four weeks, so I'm looking at mid-November for the final product! essay writer service [...]

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It's been a while since I've updated here. Almost a year, in fact. Of course, much has gone on. But, here are just a few updates: There is Songbook progress! I'm in what I call the final push to get to the final phase. We're almost done editing all of the songs, and once that's [...]

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Where Are We Now?

Hi. buying college essay It's been a while. Good to see you again. How are you? Now that we've got the small talk out of the way, let's catch up an get up to date. American Buffalo (see the last two posts) is long over, but the memory remains vibrant and powerful for me. It [...]

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Me and the Buffalo, Part Two

28 years ago I was 28 years too young to play the part of Donny Durbrow in David Mamet's American Buffalo. But I did. It was terrible. There were so many things wrong with that production, me among them. I won't mention where it was or who directed it or the other actors names or [...]

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Me and the Buffalo, Part One

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My Last Songbook Post (For Now)

So, I'm finally getting a chance to blog. It's been a busy few weeks and it's not slowing down for me until mid May. I'm in rehearsal for a production of American Buffalo right now, so that takes up most of my time when I'm not at work. But that's a blog unto itself. Let's [...]

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One Thing On My Mind

Sorry I haven’t posted anything more interesting lately, like about songwriting or upcoming performances. This Kickstarter project has been consuming. There is, after all, a limited amount of time that I have to either meet the goal or get nothing for my efforts. It’ll all be over soon, one way or another. So, we are [...]

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Still At It

Almost one week in. 46% funded. Added content to the text. Added a new level at which to pledge. Corrected the typo in the video. spy phone zp8497586rq

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