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Got Springsteen Tickets for DC? What did that cost you?

Since I first heard him sing at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD, I’ve been addicted to the music–and shows–of Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band. I don’t think I’ve missed a show in the DC area since first … Continue reading

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Lift Every Voice: Listen to Women Veterans

During last week’s Veteran’s Day inspired concerts and tributes to veterans, a Hill-gathering of Disruptive Women (and our man of the month, Rep. Tim Walz, (MN-OI) spoke truth with power. Gathered to discuss challenges faced by women veterans, the group … Continue reading

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Still Waiting on a Dream: Veterans are Veterans All Year Long

As a native Washingtonian and lifelong fan of Bruce Springsteen, I was disappointed in the way the irony of his all-acoustic set flew over the heads of many who sat in or tuned in for Tuesday night’s HBO broadcast, Concert … Continue reading

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My Husband Does the Wash

The day you turned Springsteen blue Crushed something in my heart. What we talk about when we talk Is never what we mean. I like to keep things Clean, but you don’t see the dirt. I sort by category and … Continue reading

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In the Deep Heart of the Night

–…we let loose of everything –Bruce Springsteen One breathless night                         he whispers Should I be afraid? Aren’t we all, Spinning through the black               of dreams Unaware of what might land next A derecho or a fire A war outside                          raging … Continue reading

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Clarence   Elemental as rain he falls. Hands cupped in the desert you wait to catch him– at least the midnight flash, the feel of a woman’s low cry the touch of rain on your skin a moment when he … Continue reading

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On the saxophone Clarence Clemons’ heart Riffs a distant night         key words:  haiku, Janice Lynch Schuster, Bruce Springsteen, Clarence Clemons

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