Author: Howard Lachtman

Howard Lachtman

Trick or Cheat

From the Files of the Delta Detective Agency Fiction by Howard Lachtman For my armchair detectives Tiffany and Brandon. 1. Business Not As Usual One of

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Howard Lachtman

Oliver!

Stockton Civic Theatre Puts a New Twist on a Dickens Christmas Oliver! Stockton Civic Theatre Puts a New Twist on a Dickens Christmas by Howard

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Howard Lachtman

The Little Dog Laughed

Stockton Civic Theatre Review by Howard Lachtman Stockton Civic Theatre’s “The Little Dog Laughed” scores a controversial comedy hit Diane has a problem. It’s called

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Howard Lachtman

Look Out, Here Comes Keller!

Game Four, Tenth Inning, World Series, October 8, 1939 Editor’s note – After chasing fly balls across the windblown outfields of San Francisco in his

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Howard Lachtman

On the Riviera

Stockton Civic Theatre Offers Engaging Version of Classic Comedy Editor’s thanks to George Hong for supplying his photos that bring the play alive.  Don’t let

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Howard Lachtman

Yogi and Joey

Humble Yogi and Joltin’ Joe were baseball’s odd couple, a study in contrastsof talent and temperamentand legacies beyond the game. To his fans, The Yankee Clipperwas a man

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Howard Lachtman

Gypsy

Stockton Civic Theater Play Review There are stage mothers and then there is Mama Rose. Mama is the heroine (if you can call her that;

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Howard Lachtman

Ruth Calls Time

Backing suddenly out of the boxand calling time belatedlyto rattle the brash rookiewho thinks his fast ballis equal to the occasion,the Babe takes a holiday,knocking

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Howard Lachtman

Phantoms of Paradise

The dark silhouette of a long canoe gliding effortlessly across the shimmering gold sea stops me from entering the water, struck by its artful trick

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