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Issue 10.2 | Apr/May/Jun 2007

Contents

Letter from the Editor | by Steve Elm

Our tenth anniversary issue proved to be a huge success, judging not only by the wonderful feedback we received, but by how good we felt about it. I had no doubt it would be one of our best efforts, considering it consisted primarily of content contributed by the artists who were there when the community began to call itself a community... click here for more...

Ulali: A Trio's Odyssey | by Tristan Ahtone

Harmonized song birds Soni Moreno and Pura Fe Crescioni were all ready well dug in to the business of music before the group Ulali hit the airwaves, paying their dues to the music gods with a string of bands and projects for years before fate intervened. I was recording at the time with my own music and fusion band when I met Soni, says singer and Ulali founder Pura Fe, "Soni was singing with her friend Martha Wingate and a band, and when I heard them, I thought Soni should be singing with me."... click here for more...

So You Want To Be An Actor?| by Kim Snyder

So you want to be an actor? What does it mean? What do you have to commit to in order to get to where you want to go? What do you have to do to walk into that genre? What makes you stand out above all others? Why are you special? Who are you? Why are you choosing this path? Who will guide you in is journey? These are questions you must begin to answer for yourself... click here for more ...

New York | by Soni Moreno

From the age of eight I knew two things, one that I was going to be a mother of two sons, and that I was going to be an actress. My father passed when I was an infant and my mom when I was eight years old. My two older brothers took turns raising me. We lived in the small orchard town of Fairfield, California, where we picked fruit every summer. My first language was Spanish, and through music I learned how to speak English.... click here for more...

Sure You Can Ask Me A Personal Question| by Diane Burns

A poem by the late Diane Burns. click here for more...

 
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