Everyday Is Like Summer

By Joanna Panayi Everyday is like summer Sippin on some rose wine You are so fine My lover Water dripping down my thighs Wearing the coldest ice It Feels like Forever Everday is like summer Back when I Was a young girl I Used to bathe in beaches and dream Wanted to walk all high…

“Mondo Hollywoodland” A Story Of Selfreflection

By Vernon Nickerson “Mondo Hollywoodland” looks and feels vaguely familiar. In fact, it is a story I have lived in the bohemian lives of many artist friends in Los Angeles’ Silverlake Community. The film was directed, produced and co-written by award-winning director, producer, and writer Janek Ambros “Mondo Hollywoodland” also stars Alex Loynaz (PEDRO, 9-1-1),…

Popular Weather Subject

By Stephan Pisko, The weather has always been a very “surviving connected subject” but in recent years’ this has escalated dramatically because of “guilty climate fluctuational environment changeovers” worldwide the human being feels extremely responsible for what has and is taking place on the globe. The subject of weather (is/has) become one of the world’s…

Sundance Institute Releases Independent Theater Study Conducted By Jesse Cameron Alick Emerging From The Cave: Reimagining Our Future in Theater and Live Performance

Study provides insights about the future of the industry and the enormous challenges theater faces moving forward from over 70 theater professionals and live performance professionals Complete study available now at emergingfromthecave.com In early 2021, nearly a year into a global pandemic, Sundance Institute commissioned Jesse Cameron Alick, the newly-appointed Associate Artistic Director for the…

Through That Realm Of Ours

By Arik Mitra I stared, beneath dim lights of imbibed fear, it was impending; my heart, she was soon to pass away. Age old walls — plaster come off in patches, the low watt bulbs counted in silence, the cricket and the cicada chirps; Passed the night below my pillowed death. Was taking birth the…

We Are Deep Into Summer

By Jannie Vaugh For many of us, the spring garden is being harvested and preserved. I have re-planted some sweet corn a 70-day variety. Along with this Red Kuri, winter squash was planted a few hills of a small sweet melon. Using the Moon Calendar the New Moon for July was the 9th. But the…

Words That The Human Mind Has Created

By Stephan Pisko We must remember that the human mind has created these words to help us illustrate more fully certain tangible and non-tangible subjects that we as human beings’ cannot explain. These words are basically very ‘generally abstract’ and do not pinpoint any exact areas of concentration we look to philosophy, psychology, physics and…

The Shining Talent of Artist Peter Beck

Peter Beck is an extraordinarily talented 17 year old artist and woodworker from Long Beach Ca. He seems like any ordinary Wilson High School teenager who likes surfing, running and basketball, but go to his garage which was converted into his workshop and you will see the genius of this young man. There you will…

A Review of Jonathan Baker’s Film “Becoming Iconic”

By Vernon Nickerson By his own admission, relatively “new” Director Jonathan Baker wants a career in filmmaking and defines film as propaganda. So, I can only conclude from Jonathan Baker’s “Becoming Iconic” that Baker wants to become an iconic creator director. Jonathan Baker is a writer, producer and director has always been enthralled by smart…

The Met to Release Limited-Edition Print Portfolio Commissioned in Celebration of the Museum’s 150th Anniversary

he Metropolitan Museum of Art will release a limited-edition print portfolio featuring works by 12 contemporary artists from around the world in late October 2021. This carefully curated portfolio—commissioned in celebration of the Museum’s 150th anniversary in 2020 and titled The Met 150—follows in the tradition of the limited-edition print that The Met invited Robert Rauschenberg…

Guna Moran A Poet Of The Heart

By Guna Moran Faith Like the mercury in a thermometer Faith too goes up and down This morning one haggled over faith at my home Hunting here and there on the round earth he came to me upset and asked one thousand rupees I too am not stinking rich Every month I’ve saved money To…

Planning The Fall Garden

By Jannie Vaught I seem to have a fascination with all things Fall and it is August, the heat is on and harvesting is a daily event. As the season progresses, I see the fading of this spectacular garden. Yes, I always have a wistful sadness when the tomatoes begin to finish and the planning…

BMW Motorrad and Marshall Announce Strategic Partnership

BMW Motorrad USA is proud to announce a strategic long-term partnership with Marshall Amplification to deliver innovation and a premium listening experience for future BMW Motorrad sound system users. Riding a motorcycle while listening to music – a fitting combination, promising deep emotional experiences and increasing enjoyment on two wheels. It is not surprising that generations…

Wrap Mind

By Stephan Pisko Human beings’ must encompass wrap mind around intellectually meaningful useful inspired passionate purpose this is fantastic health for the entire being physically and non-physically. We must defrag mind everyday review useful communication throughout identity’s daily duration period overall mind must be extremely selectively diligent to “screen in” so that identity’s “contained content”…

Getty Awards New Grants for Curatorial Innovation in Prints and Drawings

Nineteen new grants totaling over $1.55 million will support exhibitions, publications and digital projects that center the graphic arts as part of the Getty Foundation’s ongoing Paper Project initiative. Prints and drawings are an unsung area of curatorial innovation and a place for museums to bring new forms of storytelling to their permanent collections. Launched…

This Is The Season Of Harvest

By Jannie Vaught When we plan our gardens and carefully prepare, plant and tend, we never know what the weather will do, our time we can spend watering and fertilizing, the outcome of our harvest is a question. This year is a bumper tomato crop, a bumper pepper, and cucumber, some are getting squash and…

Apple Scores 35 Emmy Nominations, Including 20 For Hit Series “Ted Lasso,” Which Makes Emmy History As The Most Nominated Freshman Comedy Series Ever

“Ted Lasso” breaks Emmy Award records as the most nominated comedy series this year, and the most nominated freshman comedy series in history. Apple also earns Primetime Emmy Award nominations for “Mythic Quest,” “Central Park,” “Servant,” “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry,” “Boys State,” “Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special,” “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter To You,”…

“Branson & Bezos – Social Clowns”

By Stephan Pisko “Branson & Bezos” what a greedy egotistical comedy team their socialized clowns! They are both absolutely hilarious “space cissies” firing rocketships’ into outer space every month hitching a ride on a high altitude aviation vessel for a taste of weightlessness?? Don’t you mean brainlessness?? Richard Branson is the same degenerate that swam…