Sarasohn has been designing websites since
1995. Before that he was an award-winning
television comedy writer whose credits include
"The Groove Tube" (1974) and HBO's
long-running hit series "Not Necessarily the
News" (1983-1991). Visit Lane's YouTube page
to see examples of his satirical comedy writing
here for more information about his
career as a tv and film comedy writer.
For the past thirteen years Lane Sarasohn has been the
Managing Editor for "Ironic Times,"
a weekly satirical online newspaper. He's a
contributing writer, editor, and fully
responsible for all graphics and html. Satirical
banner ads designed by Lane are on display at the
"Museum of Ironic
Times Banner Ads."
Lane lives and works in Desert Hot Springs,
California. Phone: 760.329.1511, Email:
A weekly, satirical
on-line newspaper written by Matt Neuman, Larry
Arnstein and Lane Sarasohn, Ironic Times first
appeared in September, 2000. With a regular
readership of about 30,000, Ironic Times
features humorous headlines, a weekly news
ticker, thumbnail news photos, animated banner
ads, an online store, and a 2000 page archive.
|First Western Properties
A leading realtor in Desert Hot Springs,
California, First Western Properties handles residential and
commercial properties, income producing properties, rentals,
lots and land. Website includes catalog of properties, links
to homebuyer services, local businesses and services, profiles
and contact information for members of the First Western Property
feature film starring Blythe Danner and Larry
Briggman, "Side by Each" is a romantic
comedy filmed in Newport, Rhode Island, by
director Richard Allen in 2007-2008. The website
includes information about the film and its
stars, a collection of quicktime videos, picture
gallery, online DVD sales, and production company
|Nancy S. Wright
for Director, MSWD
Nancy S. Wright has
served on the Board of Directors for Mission
Springs Water District for the past 24 years. She is also
a founding member of Groundwater Guardians.
Her website includes a profile of the candidate,
an audio clip of her Candidate's Statement, and
endorsements & commendations from the Desert Sun
and local leaders for her years of outstanding
Film director and photographer Rich
Allen worked as a bicycle messenger in New York City in the 1970s.
Between runs he shot black & white photos of all sorts of New
Yorkers before gentrification set in. Streetshots/Hooky, a recently
published book of these photos with Rich Allen's comments has
been called by one critic, A rich and evocative portrait
of New York City.
|Desert Hot Springs
DHS Rotary consists of 35 dedicated
local business people and community leaders. It supports Little
League, Food Now, Youth Soccer, Angel View, and aids local
schools and parks. Recent international projects include
donating school supplies to the children of Colonia La Puerta
Elementary School and creating a recreational area on the
Hardy River south of Mexicali.
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|B.A., Literature, '63, Bard College,
Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce.
Desert Hot Springs Rotary Club.