In high school I started getting weird. I was a cheerleader but it was the `60s and I wanted to do experimental theater. I went to Shimer College in Mount Carroll, Illinois, a small school of 200 freaks and it was very hip and creative and wild.“Phoebe Snow was my college roommate and she and I were very tight, even until she died. All I wanted to do was read about avant garde theater.
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This week we're featuring a poem from our current "Moonhead issue," 35.5. Peter Cooley's ninth book Night Bus to the Afterlife will be published in 2013 by Carnegie Mellon University Press, which has published seven of his previous volumes.
The film is an adaption of Ralph Sarchie and Lisa Collier Cool's true paranormal thriller of the same name about Sarchie's unique side job. When he's not at the 46th Precinct in the south Bronx, Sarchie investigates demonic possessions. In the film version, Eric Bana portrays the cop character and is recruited by a renegade priest (Edgar Ramirez) to help him battle malicious paranormal forces.
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Newport Group, a national provider of retirement and executive benefit plans, today announced the appointment of Kevin Bachler. A well-respected figure in the executive benefits industry, Bachler joins Newport as Vice President in the deferred compensation and executive benefits area.
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