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Frida, Food & Fun: A Lesson from Co-Producer Sammy Kusler

Sammy Kusler came on board the producing team of “Guys Reading Poems” the first time I pitched the project to him. He’s one of those unforgettable personalities on the set that knows when to say something spiritual to calm you down, but also knows when to just quietly slip a blended mocha frappucino in your hand and walk away. 1,094 more words

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FRESH FRIDAY

I’ve fallen quite in love with Frida Kahlo’s beautiful diary.

  

Something about the way she experienced the world - ecstatic but still melancholy, fearless but still hesitant & startled in her own skin - that I can understand so deeply. 195 more words

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Magical Mexico City

“Be careful” they said, “it’s dangerous” they said, and as per usual “they” didn’t know what they were talking about. I’m not oblivious to to fact that Mexico has had a very violent history, and even to this day certain areas are still very dangerous but even when walking past prostitutes or small men with machetes I never felt threatened. 708 more words

Mexico

Det var fredag, det var halloween.

Vi började (som vanligt…) i köket hemma på Post. Därifrån har jag mest suddiga, gula bilder men vi drack i alla fall öl och målade tatueringar på Jacobs armar med en Sharpie. 214 more words

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Frida Kahlo in the Window


(photo: Erica Herd, outside art gallery in Beacon, NY)

Frida Kahlo in the window
eyes skyward
such power in a single gaze
hold tight, Frida… 69 more words

Poem

Pies, para que los quiero si tengo alas para volar…–Frida Kahlo

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Guerrilla Girls

“Do women have to be naked to get into a museum?”, asks Guerrilla Girl Frida Kahlo.

Tuesday night at Sursa Hall on the Ball State campus, we had a gorilla in our midst! 266 more words