Autumn Is The Air

By Jannie Vaught Welcome to Autumnal equinox also called Fall equinox. One of the two equinoxes, when the Sun is exactly above the Equator and day and night are equal length. And it ends on December 21. As we finally have a focus on finishing the Fall planting, I have to say due to the…

The Need to Grow A Life Transforming Film

By Vernon Nickerson Sometimes the best independent films are life-transforming. Other times watching and listening to an exceptionally well-told story makes the heart sing. From the collaborative team of Rob Herring (Writer-Director) and Ryan Wirick (Director), The Need to Grow is that film. The subtitle, “Save the SOIL, Save the WORLD,” summarizes an intimate journey…

The Short stories Of Thomas M. McDade

By Thomas M. McDade Bill, Fran And Molly I have a couple of things he can do, but Bill the new hardware tech is along mostly to meet the clients. He’s young, a handsome bastard. Our first stop is at Roosevelt Supply. I’m hoping Fran the bawdy bookkeeper will do something to put a blush…

The Heat And Dry Weather Are Intense

By Jannie Vaught We may get some rain if storms flow in our direction from the gulf. But you never know as this can change in a short time. Although we are in this part of late summer there is still much to do. My compost is finished and it has begun its journey into…

Stacking Functions In The Permaculture Garden Homestead

By Jannie Vaught What is the definition of permaculture? Originally the word “Permaculture” was the combination of two words “permanent and “agriculture”. Two Australian men named Bill Mollison and David Holmgren coined the term in the 1970’s. It is an agriculture philosophy that allows us to use the resources that we have around us to…

Journey To The Completion Of A Dream

By Monteque Pope-Le Beau Hello My name is Monteque Pope-Le Beau and I would like to take a moment of your time. In a short amount of time I will be marking my 10th year as the founder of The Art Of Monteque. I find that all but impossible to encompass what we have been…

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…

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…

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…

Apple Launches Apple Creative Studios To Provide Opportunities To Young Creatives

Launching first in Los Angeles and Beijing, participants will receive hands-on experience and mentorship from renowned artists, nonprofit community partners, and Apple Apple announced Today at Apple Creative Studios, a global initiative that will provide career-building mentorship, professional industry skills training, creative resources, and access to Apple’s full product lineup of iPhone, iPad, and Mac…

Big Bang

By Stephan Pisko Who (or) what was the dynamic energy behind the big bang? Physicists believe that it originated out of ‘nothing’ or at least possibly nothing that we as human beings’ can understand and never will totally. Metaphysics teaches us that just because you can’t see it’ doesn’t mean that it is ‘not there’…

Third Industrial Revolution

By Stephan Pisko It doesn’t really matter what happens to corporation industry speaking of a third industrial revolution big deal they can battle it out in the trenches of Fortune 500 but I can tell you this after all their corporate ‘greed grabs’ hair pulling antic escapades are done it’s the ‘citizens of the countries’…

National Museum of Natural History To Reopen June 18

New Exhibitions To Debut Through the Fall The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History will reopen to the public Friday, June 18, with new hours, free timed-entry passes and health-and-safety procedures in place. Visitors will see familiar displays, including the Hope Diamond and Nation’s T. rex, alongside a new contemporary art exhibition, “Unsettled Nature: Artists…

The Brain Mind

By Stephan Pisko The mind clings to duty and attachment a purpose of existing without this the body is shapeless mass. The brain is chemicals’ with electromagnetic neurons working together to form mental thoughts – emotions – feelings from the visual perception before our eyes some of these chemicals’ we do not have a name…