Audible Change

Feb 15, 2013 by

Life can be complicated. You know it. I know it. Complications can create obstacles and obstacles can get in the way of fixing what...

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Hungry For Change

Mar 28, 2012 by

I’m a life-long carb-o-holic.  As a child, our house usually had home-baked cakes, cookies or pies hanging around.  Homemade...

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NEWS!

Mar 19, 2012 by

There’s a reason last year that I decided to take on the challenge of making a photograph each day – it motivates you to...

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The Photograph

Feb 17, 2012 by

This picture arrived in my email box the other day. When I saw it, I was struck by the emotions it conveyed. In writing this I...

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People I’ve Met Along Th...

Feb 15, 2012 by

Some the earliest recollections of my childhood are of watching my dad play the banjo, saxophone and drums. He and my mother were...

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Bald is Beautiful

Feb 11, 2012 by

A group of American women got together with the idea of redefining the concept of beauty. Men can be blond, brown, red, white and…...

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The Music of Trees

Feb 9, 2012 by

From Michelle Werts for American Forests As covered in the autumn issue of American Forests, tree rings tell compelling stories. Far...

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Digital Afterlife

Feb 1, 2012 by

From Robert A MacDonald for The Sun: Peggy was dying. She had battled cancer for years, but at the age of 45 she was losing her...

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Did David Attenborough Behave ...

Jan 30, 2012 by

Earlier this month, the Daily Mirror in Great Britain revealed that famed zoologist David Attenborough, for his 7-part television...

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Red Tails – the film eve...

Jan 26, 2012 by

George Lucas, producer director of some of the most profitable films in Hollywood history (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, etc), has been...

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Why I want to be Autumn De Wil...

Jan 14, 2012 by

For the majority of early childhood, I knew who I wanted to be when I grew up: Snow White, of course. I had planned my future of...

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Give Yourself To Love

Jan 5, 2012 by

Give yourself to love. Never be afraid to love. Love the tender young, the wise old, animals (big and small). Love the tiniest of...

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The Glass Harp

Dec 26, 2011 by

Whether you know it by its 18th century name, Angelic Harp, or its modern name, Glass Harp, the magical music of The Glass Duo (Anna...

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Portraits from Kathputli Nagar

Dec 18, 2011 by

(Text and Photos by: Isaak J. Liptzin ) I arrived in Jaipur intending to stay only for a few days, but I ended up meeting a group of...

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Resurrecting Love: The Cemeter...

Dec 6, 2011 by

Sharon and I both love cemeteries. One important aspect of the work we’ve committed ourselves to along our healing journey involves...

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On The Road

Nov 16, 2011 by

I spent more than half of my September on the road this year, traveling from bright Las Vegas to dusty Arizona, through the stunning...

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Reasons why we sing

Nov 5, 2011 by

It’s been one of those summers. You think things are going one way, then suddenly life throws a curve, and then a curve back,...

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18 Films to Trick and Treat Yo...

Oct 28, 2011 by

The season is upon us. The time for spiders (Don’t ya’ hate walking through a spider web, ewwwww, creepola!!!) and bats (They mine...

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96

Oct 5, 2011 by

  My grandmother turned 96 years old today, Sept 19, 2011, and we were here in Michigan to celebrate with...

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The Constant

Sep 11, 2011 by

Taken as a part my [three-six-five] project (the photographer’s challenge of taking a photograph a day for an entire year),...

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A Night At Mickey’s Monk...

Sep 7, 2011 by

From the JWSIII series: People I’ve Met Along the Way Author’s prologue: The year 1965 was wrought with political upheaval and...

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Music and Lyrics

Aug 30, 2011 by

Editor’s Note:  This is the debut offering from an extraordinary find:  Alexandra Wallace.  To label her a photographer...

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Buy Her Bag, Not Her Body

Aug 12, 2011 by

– A story told by Yelena Posniak/S4C New York City – I recently had the honor to interview Supei Liu and Diana Mao, the...

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Uncle Tom

Aug 4, 2011 by

More than fifteen years ago I walked from my office to a local elementary school once each week to read with a little first grade boy...

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