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Into The Wild

Thirty Seconds To Mars might just be the most innovative band in the music world. They’ve won the Guinness World Record for being on the longest tour in rock&roll history, have sent a single to space, and now are releasing a docu-series on none other than VyRT, one of Jared Leto’s many ventures. 833 more words

Artifact - Docu about Thirty Seconds to Mars

I have started watching the documentary about Thirty Seconds to Mars, called Artifact. It’s about the challenging struggle between the group and the music label, EMI. 88 more words


Kūkaenēnē Profusion on Kaūmana Trail

Kūkaenēnē, ‘Ōhelo and Pūkiawe plants are laden with berries in this ‘āina of recent lava flows on the slopes of Maunaloa above Hilo where upper Waiākea meets Pi‘ihonua.  7 more words


graveside colours

This is a chapter that follows on from circles, and they should probably be read together. They both form a continuation of the events recounted in… 933 more words


Conversations: "One in the Series of Me" from Not Today, But Someday

After a few more minutes of silence, she drops her book on the floor and gets up, walking across the room to the bowl of fruit.  790 more words


Participate in EMI’s Earthquake Focus Virtual Tabletop Exercise (VTTX)

FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) is offering a four-hour Earthquake Focus Virtual Tabletop Exercises (VTTX) in January. The VTTX involves key personnel discussing simulated scenarios in an informal setting and can be used to assess plans, policies, training, and procedures. 134 more words

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