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Wednesday 3 p.m.: ‘The Day When Nothing Goes Wrong’ by Michael Urban

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“The Day When Nothing Goes Wrong” by Michael Urban

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    Wednesday 3 p.m.: ‘The Day When Nothing Goes Wrong’ by Michael Urban monika.mueller.kroll


Do you long for a “normal” day? In his latest essay, L.A. writer Michael Urban turns the clock back to 1993 to find comfort.

Michael Urban is a film and television writer who lives in Los Angeles. His first feature film, “Saved!”, was released in 2004 by MGM/UA. He currently teaches screenwriting at the American Film Institute.

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