New Girl on Salt Flat Road

New Girl on Salt Flat Road

*+-Tween novel star Lola Zola is back. . . and this time the New Girl on Salt Flat Road rocks her world. by Marcy Winograd and Jackie Hirtz The sequel to the tween novel Lola Zola and the Lemonade Crush from Brown Girls Publishing debuts May 21, 2015 n Brown Girls Publishing’s latest tween novel by educators Marcy […]

In the Name of Free Speech: Winograd Fights Back — UPDATED

Pony Rides Dispute

*+-Marcy Winograd: Thursday, in the late afternoon, I filed my anti-SLAPP motion to dismiss a meritless law suit challenging my right to express my OPINION that tethering ponies, butt to nose, to a metal carousel, forcing them to walk in circles on concrete for 3.5 hours is abusive.

Occupy the Ballot Forum and Independent Politics

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*+-Dan Bluemel: Because of its electoral structure, the U.S. political system has never been welcoming to third parties. Some critics have argued this leaves the political landscape entrenched in a system comprised of moderates and hardliners who, in essence, espouse the same ideology.

Morning of Lola Zola Fun in Santa Monica

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*+-Marcy Winograd: Students cheered “LO-LA LO-LA LO-LA” during Lola Zola’s speech for sixth grade class president, showing full appreciation for Lola’s promise to extend recess for five minutes for rehydration.

Lola Zola and the Lemonade Crush

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*+-Self-assured, goal oriented, eleven year-old Lola Zola tries to support her laid-off parents and her tuxedo cat Bowzer by going into business selling “magical” lemonade rumored to zap wrinkles and promote world peace.

From Blue to Green: Power to the Cities!

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*+-After the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act, with its codification of imprisonment without charge or trial, I could no longer register voters for the Democratic Party – even with the hope of involving new registrants in the California Democratic Party’s popular Progressive Caucus.  If I could not ask someone to join the Democratic […]

“Occupy LA” Takes a Step

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*+-Dick Price: The mood was both festive and earnest, with one third the crowd chronicling the proceedings with their cameras, the second third looking for a bit of shade on a warmish Los Angeles afternoon, and the rest holding a disparate array of mostly hand-painted protest signs.