“I love your new magazine!” someone exclaimed on the other end of the phone. As you may have noticed, our magazine has taken on the look of some of the finest publications in the industry. It was a wild and whacky ride during May for us here at LHP Magazine, frantically struggling to meet the June deadline. But thankfully, the reaction to our newly designed publication, in celebration of our 10th year, has been through the roof, to put it mildly.

Our bold and brilliant new cover, designed by Babs at Kall Graphics, is just the spark we needed to set ourselves apart from everyone else, not to mention our new wider circulation and brand new features, as well.

As always, we are looking to you, our loyal audience, for your suggestions to further make us the magazine you will read cover to cover every single month, and proudly display on your coffee tables.

THE PLAYS THE THING!                                                                                                          It was great to see so many friends and relatives at the Shortcuts 2 presentation of nine short plays at the Lake Worth Theater and the Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale in the past few months. I believe the reason that popularity of short plays has grown so much is that each play is different, and audiences seem to like the variety of the subject matter.

The Lighthouse Point Playwrights’ Drama Group holds ten-minute play readings twice monthly at the home of Joan McIver. Meetings are open to anyone interested in learning the playwriting process. We expect to have our plays performed on stage in the fall, so we are not only interested in writers, but any persons desiring to show their acting ability.

Our meetings are fun, free and exciting, so please join us by calling 954-486-3820.

LHP MUSICAL SALON?                                                                                                               In our area, there are many talented musicians of all ages and players of all instruments that would love the chance to display their musical ability. Being a professional pianist, I thought maybe there are other musicians that feel the way I do.

If just once each month, a group of talented musicians met at a certain venue having a piano, possibly someone’s home, an eveningof musical performances could be arranged, just for listening pleasure.

Thought I just throw the idea out there. Interested parties please call me at 954-486-3820










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