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focus on what's real

I don’t want to buy into the consumerism of witchcraft. I don’t want to have to buy a bunch of crystals or have all the essential oils or the perfect alter pieces to be a witch. 72 more words


The Boys in the Bandwagon

In the early 1970s, with the cresting of the civil rights wave and the growing prominence of African-American public figures, there was a brief flourishing of “Black is Beautiful” styles:  hip white people sported Afros, said “Right on,” and adapted other perceived expressions of black dress and black thought.  638 more words

The piece is inspired in part by Rauschenberg’s “Erased de Kooning Drawing.”

Sarah Cascone, January 10, 2018

ikolas Bentel intends to destroy Robert Rauschenberg’s  183 more words

Committed to a new you

Sometimes as individuals we get so excited about a new found adventure and we begin to feel motivated and then we start to motivate those around us. 982 more words


Did Bookselling Destroy My Love of Books?

“In every direction I turned I felt my soul being trampled upon, and as I had always suspected but was never able to confirm until now: my soul is composed entirely of books.” 2,243 more words

A New Year's Day Walk

Goodbye, fair corpse.

A twinge of remorse

Grips me as I place my boot downwind

The frozen moan

Your twisted, blistered mouth uttered

Once upon a snowstorm… 139 more words