Sheena Metal

Sheena Metal

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Los Angeles, CA.  ·  I host the "Sheena Metal Experience" M-F at LA Talk Radio. Also, three weekly shows: "Haunted Playground", "Music Highway" and "Two Chicks Talkin' Politics". h
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A photo of sunset at the Huntington Beach pier taken in 1947, by Kodak employee Alicia Wentworth...SO beautiful that it looks like a painting.

A photo of sunset at the Huntington Beach pier taken in by Kodak employee Alicia Wentworth. raised-in-a-surf-town

Some people are obsessed with "Hamlet", but for me, it's always been "Othello". I think it's the quintessential Shakespearean tragedy...bloody, angsty, deep and dark with characters that are as relevant today as they were in Elizabethan times. Plus, it has Iago, the creepiest (and my favorite) of all of Shakespeare’s characters. He’s just AWFUL…and I love him. :)

“Of all Shakespeare’s tragedies…not even excepting King Lear, Othello is the most painfully exciting and the most terrible.

Mine too, Mr. Lincoln...mine too.

Abraham Lincoln quote: "My dream is of a place and time where America will once again be seen as the last best hope of Earth.

Liam Limerick (February 1, 2007 – July 22, 2011): Maybe the coolest dude that ever lived...

Liam Limerick (February 2007 – July Maybe the coolest dude that ever lived.

Rodin's "The Thinker": I've loved this piece all of my life. I think it's one of the most beautiful depictions of the human form; equally capturing the physiological, intellectual, emotional and spiritual essence of a human being. Auguste Rodin was an absolute genius.

Rodin's "The Thinker": I've loved this piece all of my life. I think it's one of the most beautiful depictions of the human form; equally capturing the physiological, intellectual, emotional and spiritual essence of a human being. Auguste Rodin was an absolute genius.

Miguel de Cervantes' "Don Quixote": I was that nerdy kid who loved to read classic literature in elementary school. This novel was one of my favorites then...and still is. The story combines two of my literary passions, heroism and insanity, in such a way that you're not often sure which is which...totally awesome.

Miguel de Cervantes' "Don Quixote": I was that nerdy kid who loved to read classic literature in elementary school. This novel was one of my favorites then...and still is. The story combines two of my literary passions, heroism and insanity, in such a way that you're not often sure which is which...totally awesome.