And so it goes that the physical space in which we live tends to serve up the hardiest of metaphors. In our case, we live on either side of the Mississippi River, which has probably spawned poetic images in sufficient quantity to rival the number of fish that have swum between its banks. "A waterfall is always the same. But it changes every moment while you stare at it. It's never the same waterfall," said playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, reached last week and obligingly going with the flow in regard... More >>>