A New Era For The 2019 Sundance Film Festival

By Monteque Pope-Le Beau Edited by Colleen Page As everyone walked in to get ready for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival press conference there was a sense that there was a change in the air. The festival program for the Sundance Film Festival was not only cutting edge this year, but one that spoke to…

New School of Thought – Special Children – Part One

By Stephan Pisko Mainstream academia inhibits intellectual growth ,but promotes intellectual competition a forced level of intelligence rather than a natural occurring ‘self knowledge’ attracted to you via a non-physical awareness that the ‘you’ was unaware of ‘competition is an intellectual firewall’ stifling self knowledge as the ‘self’ competes with nothing it only challenges. Mind…

Conscious Of The Social Masses

By Stephan Pisko The social mass only purchases items that ‘strangle hold’ and/or ‘commercially conned’ the perceiver into believing that they require this to function within this ‘controlled chamber of holographic horrors’ although I think that the internet on the whole has brought human beings’ together but for all the wrong reasons’ such as: distrust…

Butterflies Need More Than Flowers And Nectar

  By Jannie Vaught Let’s dive a little deeper on this subject. Habitat, his can be a wooded country site or an urban car park. This is determined by the food plant of the caterpillar and the nectar source of the butterfly. Some butterflies are happy with several food sources habitat and breeding areas while…

The Cloud Concept – Nothing New

By Stephan Pisko The cloud is another excuse for more space to place the meaningless basically our society is (or) is becoming ‘intangible’ missing passwords keys to sites that will never open “But I was in that cyber room of data information before !” impossible without the password sorry. The cloud is a legal intellectual…

Roots, My Favorite Vegetable To Grow

  By Jannie Vaught Yams, beets, parsnips, turnips, rutabaga, carrot, yucca, kohlrabi, onion. garlic, celery root (celeriac), horseradish, daikon, turmeric, jicama, Jerusalem artichoke, radish, ginger are all considered roots. Because root vegetables grow underground they absorb a great number of nutrients. Botany distinguishes true roots such as (tap root and tuberous roots) from non- food…

Los Angeles Legendary Eclectic Contemporary City

    By Stephan Pisko If you take a moment to brief the history of this very contemporary city you soon are revealed that it is indeed a ‘legendary eclectic modern edgy classic’ point in space where a great many artistic movements’ from the 1950’s through to present day not to mention the memorable ‘movie…