Time FrameNow this is a pause that refreshes, not only because it echoes thoughts that I’ve had for many years but also because it gives me ammunition to push back against the essentialist and imperialist thinking of our society. Michael Bettencourt
A Child of the First PeopleShe was an award-winning painter, sculptor, muralist, designer and an illustrator and author of many children's books. Above all, she was a Cherokee woman and a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Arthur Danín Adler
Nukkler This place was also woo woo to the nth degree—a northern California thing. Like The Esalen Institute in the old days. One guy always wore a kilt (when he wasn't clothing optional). Claudine Jones
On the Verge of Terra IncognitaGeography is an amazing thing. Our notions of space can shift and change with our moods and our circumstances.Nathan Thomas
New York’s Finest - Remembering Eddie MoneyOne thing he never abandoned was his blue-collar origins. Eddie changed his name and even that was done with self-deprecation as money was something he rarely had starting out. Patrick Walsh
Dopesick, Gunsick, Godsick I have no answers, only a strong concern for the waste of human potential and the personal and social wreckage wrought by opioid addiction and the crime and degradation associated with it.Gregory Luce
The High Price of Impersonating Elvis Impersonating Elvis for some has to be easier than living in your own skin. But just when you start feeling comfortable in your own skin, you're shot down in an Alabama pawn shop. Les Marcott
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