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IN BLOOM – NYC Photographer Ocean Morisset

| March 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
IN BLOOM – NYC Photographer Ocean Morisset

  NURTURE YOUR SPIRIT! My name is Ocean Morisset, and I’m a Photographer living in New York City. The biggest lesson I feel life has been teaching me lately is to trust that whatever adversity I face, all that is needed to overcome it is inside of me. In my case, I learned that my [...]

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Whitney: Sister Can’t Fly On One Wing

| February 28, 2012 | 0 Comments
Whitney: Sister Can’t Fly On One Wing

   by Max S. Gordon   “Did Whitney Houston die from drug addiction or co-dependency?” There are some people who may feel that asking a question like this so close to Whitney Houston’s passing is disrespectful and an act of betrayal. I might agree with them. But celebrity is a curious thing. When people reach [...]

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Of Hip Trips, Garbage-Runs and Journeys Through My Soul

| February 23, 2012 | 1 Comment
Of Hip Trips, Garbage-Runs and Journeys Through My Soul

  There is a lot to be said for the reflective solitude of my country life, even as I am conflicted about the great amount of time spent alone. It is an old conflict that has nothing to do with my address. Sure, I’ve known relief from it, but only temporarily. Being alone is what [...]

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Don L Castor’s “Lookin’ 4 Somethin’ “

| February 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Don L Castor’s “Lookin’ 4 Somethin’ “

My name is Don L Castor.  I am a singer/songwriter, based out of Los Angeles. I am currently on a quest in Europe. The biggest lesson I feel life has been teaching me lately is to be true to myself no matter what. That sounds so simple and even easy for most, but that has [...]

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MLK’s Invisible Man

| January 14, 2012 | 0 Comments
MLK’s Invisible Man

“I tell you, it is not me you are looking at, Not me you are grinning at, not me your confidential looks Incriminate, but that other person, if person, You thought I was. . .” –T.S. Eliot, Family Reunion   The above excerpt may at first appear random, at least in context of the annual [...]

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