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Maybe Your Definition Of Constructive Differs From Mine

By Gary Schwind, published on Nov 5, 2008

...that sentence look familiar? It should, for anyone who has ever left feedback on this site. I am hoping now that the election is over, we can go back to following that disclaimer. Or in the case of some writers, we can start following it.

Much political discussion has occurred on Broowaha in the past few months. I even involved myself in the discourse for a bit, which is quite unlike me. The trouble with discussing politics in a public forum is that far too frequently the discourse degenerates into sophomoric name-calling and mudslinging. A lot of the feedback on the political... (more)

Tags: music, broowaha, social communities, personal attacks

Suspect Spotted In Santa Monica

By Ivan Homeless, published on Oct 31, 2008

...worked for the company.Ms. Hardin made no serious attempts to even hide her identity in a Machiavellian way of thumbing her nose at authority as one of the FBI's most wanted. Her karmic chameleon abilities have served her well, even with the brazen positivity she publishes in her articles on BrooWaha as the Yin to El G's Yang. Sharlene's ties have also been linked to the racing and tribute band communities where her knick name RockShar originates. Sharlene's latest is in the Angel Therapy realm where she goes by the nickname SharLight and offering energy healing sessions to her close... (more)

Tags: california, broowaha, santa monica

Overcoming Barriers To Compassionate Care

By wolviela, published on Oct 13, 2008

...Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatics, UC San Francisco

Magic, Miracles and Modern Medicine: If all the Hands that Reach Could Touch - Steven Levy, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, Course Director, Medical Ethics and Public health, Lake Eric College of Osteopathic Medicine

Light refreshments will be served.

Last years filled up quickly and reservations are highly recommended.

RSVP (818) 847-4535 by Wednesday October 22.

Let them know you saw this in Broowaha. They are always interested in knowing how they are found in the community.

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Tags: san francisco, medicine, broowaha, burbank

October's Featured Contributor - Bill Friday

By Digidave, published on Oct 6, 2008

... wrote more local stories – it’s that first-person, hands-on perspective that should drive Citizen Journalism – but it’s also what makes Citizen Journalism such a difficult and vital form of expression. I wish I was that kind of writer.

Who is your favorite Broowaha writer (besides yourself)?

There are a few writers who, when they publish, I make it a point to read as quickly as possible. I love the film reviews of D.L. Ferguson. From his reviews I discovered his website, http://betterinthedark.podomatic.com/ where he gives longer,... (more)

Tags: baseball, los angeles, manhattan, journalism, citizen journalism, san francisco, movie, hollywood, tarantino, broowaha, marina del rey

July Featured Contributor - Dlferguson

By Digidave, published on Aug 7, 2008

... ‘real world’ more than any other incarnation of the character and as long as the third movie keeps on in that vein, I’ll be happy.And maybe they oughta seriously think about getting Kevin Conroy to dub Christian Bale’s Batman voice…In the time you've been part of BrooWaha, how have you grown as a writer or interviewer? Maybe you can tell us about your first article, your favorite article to write and your most recent.By seeing the reception and the feedback my reviews have gotten here at BrooWaha I’ve become way more confident in writing them. It’s ... (more)

Tags: manhattan, movie, batman, broowaha, heath ledger

Hanging Out On The Square, While I Still Can

By TCBlair, published on Jul 9, 2008

I am a member of Brouston (BrooWaha Houston) but call Dallas home. Unfortunately, there is not yet a Brallas or BrooWallas or DallaWaha (BrooWaha and Dallas are hard to "smashup"). More accurately McKinney, TX, northeast of Dallas, TX,is my home and I love it from its potential hockey rink (in Texas?) down to its old brick roadway that surrounds the old Courthouse where new plays are performed. I love that my city is big enough to attract business, hotels, bars, and a graduate program; yet small enough to boast quiet nights (away from the bars), minimal traffic, and only two starbucks. But... (more)

Tags: hockey, golf, movie, police, music, traffic, broowaha

June Featured Contributor - V

By Digidave, published on Jul 8, 2008

...my world while living so far away. Back home I would drop by a friend’s house unannounced for a late morning cup of tea or an afternoon glass of wine whereby we’d sit at that window and while the time away. I miss these exchanges and I have found these again somewhat in the Broowaha community. I tossed around the idea of what to call my first blog for no more than a few minutes when “Living in Amorica” burst forth into my consciousness. “Amorica” is the title of the 3rd album by the Black Crowes, released in 1994. The album’s cover... (more)

Tags: los angeles, journalism, citizen journalism, australia, hollywood, sex, broowaha

The Champ Retires And Hangs Up The Keys

By 'Mean' Mike Duffau, published on Jun 19, 2008

I guess this is a part two from when I wrote about The Californian on Wilshire a few months back. http://www.broowaha.com/article.php?id=2311

The situation hasn't really improved much. Actually, it's gotten worse. Most of the good employees quit or were fired. They were fired for something stupid and it's best not to go into detail about it because it's unnecessary drama that shouldn't have happened to begin with. When the employee(s) were dismissed or left on their own will, the management takes their sweet time in finding a replacement. So do you know what that means? It means that... (more)

Tags: broowaha

May Featured Contributor - Glenn T

By Digidave, published on Jun 9, 2008

...back out the door, home to cook myself a decent meal, and watching ESPN in HD. After that it’s off to the coffee shop for writing (provided I don’t have homework) then I finish the day off with a little Guitar Hero/Rock Band or Mario Kart. Lame, huh?You made big waves with your Broowaha deathmatch series. What was it like writing it? If you had to do it over again, would you change anything (make Digidave the winner :)It was a lot more work than I thought it would be, that’s for sure. Reminded me of my column writing days – actually having a deadline again!... (more)

Tags: los angeles, journalism, citizen journalism, football, california, britney spears, broowaha

She's Hot, But Psycho?

By Lila M., published on Jun 3, 2008

...as Lane exited the Lakers locker room. Many stated that it was because Lane had written comments about Vanessa’s weird tutu getup during Kobe’s MVP acceptance. But others have speculated that this gold digger is slowly but surely on her way to a meltdown over the recent broowaha that there may have been another much hotter Vanessa in the picture.

I know many would side with her and say the reporter said something about her dress and she was retaliating. But think about it this way. 1) That’s what reporters do, they report…whether on the game,... (more)

Tags: basketball, hollywood, broowaha, obama

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