Julius Caesar, General, Emperor of the Roman Empire: 100 B.C. to 45 B.C.
By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, JOHN BAILEY, and HEZI ARIS

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The Ides of March – March 15, 45 B.C / March 15, 2021 Hezitorial ROME, ITALY, WHITE PLAINS, NY, and YONKERS, NY  — The character of our State Senators, Assemblymembers, Congressmembers, and Senators are revealing who and what they are as discerned in ways they are oblivious to and unaware. The positions our leaders or would-be leaders of New York State …

eHeziJulius Caesar, General, Emperor of the Roman Empire: 100 B.C. to 45 B.C.
By WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, JOHN BAILEY, and HEZI ARIS

Read The Westchester Guardian – January 3, 2013 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – January 3, 2013 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader [http://get.adobe.com/reader/] to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning Adobe …

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Eye on Theatre: Timon of Athens By John Simon

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Timon of Athens may be Shakespeare’s most puzzling play. Is it all Shakespeare or a collaboration? If the latter, with whom? The gifted Thomas Middleton or some lesser talent? And just which parts are Shakespeare’s and which not? If a Shakespeare solo, why not even better than it is? Based too closely on some earlier play? Left unfinished by the …

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The Hezitorial: The Catalyst Behind the Charter Revision Commission’s Referendum May Be an Impending Indictment of Mayor Amicone By Hezi Aris

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The rumor mill has been rife for over a month’s time. The “chatter” is insistent and has become louder and louder. It is also being kept under wraps. Calls and inquiry of Yonkers City Hall continue to go unanswered. Awaiting a response is tantamount to the absurdity described in Samuel Beckett’s “En attendant Godot", that is, “Waiting for Godot”. City …

eHeziThe Hezitorial: The Catalyst Behind the Charter Revision Commission’s Referendum May Be an Impending Indictment of Mayor Amicone By Hezi Aris