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APRIL / MAY 2000
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Editor............Morty Breier

April's Bipolar Mantra:
"I am become death, destroyer of worlds...."
                                                                                            Vishnu from The Gita, J Robert Oppenheimer
"Everything pertains to the laws of degree of humor"
                    Tony Price

In This Month's Issue
CURRENT COMMENTARY:                                                                 TONY PRICE IN MEMORIUM
ARTSY OFFERINGS:              ATOMIC ART: SCULPTED FROM OUR NUCLEAR NIGHTMARE
POETRY & POLTERGEISTS:__POETS AND ATOMIC ARTISTS, THE DREAM, ODE TO TONY
SAGE REMARKS:                              _____________         PASSOVER AS TRANSFORMATION
MIRTH & MANIA:                                                                                              _______________OOPS
PHOTO GALLERY;                                                 _________________________HAND OF HOPE
MISSION:                                                                                          A MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR
HIP SOURCES:                                   Contributors - MARCUS UZILEVSKY, ROSE`, TONY PRICE
Archival
FEBRUARY-MARCH 2000 EDITION OF THE MONTHLY MISSIVE
JANUARY 2000 EDITION OF  THE MONTHLY MISSIVE
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In future Issues look out for
EXCITING NEW CONTRIBUTIONS FROM ADDITIONAL HIP SOURCES

 
C U R R E N T   C O M M E N T A R Y
 
 MORTY, KAILUA-KONA, HAWAII
April 17, 2000
 A R T S Y    O F F E R I N G S 
   
P O E M S   &   P O L T E R G E I S T S 
   
S A G E   R E M A R K S
   
M I R T H   &   M A N I A
P H O T O   G A L L E R Y 
 
 
 
M I S S I O N   S T A T E M E N T
 

H I P   S O U R C E S
Marcus UzilevskyWe are proud to have as a contributor distinguished California artist and musician Marcus Uzilevsky. Talk about hip, he's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, for his 1965-68 group The Third Bardo, (he jammed with Dylan in the Cafe Wah). Under his present name Uzca, he has two world music CDs Slice of Light and Gypsy Dreams, this last he calls Nouveau Klezmer. Klezmer, the Jewish music of Eastern Europe with its weeping and laughing clarinets and violins has always been in Uzca's heart and soul and his latest CD blends Gypsy guitars, African talking drums, Middle Eastern belly dancing rythms, Klezmer violin and clarinet and hypnotic vocals in his intuitive universal language. We are invited to join in the dance of life to celebrate our common humanity. As an artist Marcus is well hung in permanent collections and 50 one man shows, selling over a half million lithographs. Born in Brooklyn, migrating to California in the late sixties he is now esconsed in an old railroad building on the fringes of Marin. Uzilevsky has long been a spiritual journeyer, creating his poetry in both the visual and musical arts. The man is out there and be here to tune in on his poetic offerings..

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Rose':  Rose' was born deep in the Bronx in 1934. He began crafting his poetry attending a number of colleges during the 50's. After a stint in the army he bounced around working as a lifeguard, masseur and astrology writer. He saw his heaviest combat duty teaching High School English in New York. In the early sixties he assiduously pursued Ancient Greek while dining on Mexican beaches, toping in European cafes and slumming in Moroccan dives. Between a stint of acting, including the movie "The Edge", he published a book of drawings and launched skin diving trips throughout the Yucatan and the Florida Keys. His "School of the Night" specialized in occult classes and his "Liquid Wedge Gallery" made media history with sculptor Tony Price's first "Atomic Art Show" in NYC in 1969. Struck with what he calls his "Man-o-pause", Rose' started his epic poem "The Pearl in the Crown", still a grand work in progress. He performs as a stand-up poet in salons, homes, theatres, clubs, sushi bars, on radio and television in New York, Los Angeles, Miami and Santa Fe. Rose' now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Tony Price, 1937-2000: Thomas Anthony Price wa born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1937. He began his art career in the Marine Corps, painting sixty-foot murals and portraits of generals. After his stint in the marines, 1955-57, he painted and illustrated books, poetry and magazines in New York City and Mexico. Price then worked from 1962-3 as an art director and set designer in films and television for Studio 30 in New York and Brazil. In 1963 Price left for Paris and Rome to paint. His European work is held by collectors in Italy, France, Holland, Germany and Spain. In 1964 he returned to New York and began sculpting in stone, metal and electronic materials. Since his move to New Mexico in 1965, Price has worked with nuclear scrap materials exclusively from Los Alamos from which he has created icons of world religions. Tony died in early 2000 after a yearlong battle with a stroke that had left him partially paralyzed.
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