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GratiTuesday: Here Comes the Rain Again

California’s drought has lasted over five years. Many of us have learned to take shorter showers, capture running tap water while it is being heated so it isn’t wasted down the drain, and not be so fussy about… um… flushing. 435 more words


No more antibiotics for these chickens...

The second-largest poultry company in the world announced today (Feb. 21) it would stop using antibiotics on its chickens by June 2017. Tyson Foods, which slaughters more than 2.3 billion birds each year, made the announcement at a recent Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference in Boca Raton, Florida.

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A new creative outlet

Blogging is something I’ve had a love-hate relationship with since the early days of my Journalism degree. I’m not sure if anyone else is as weird as I am about getting a couple of hundred words down on metaphorical paper, but I am notoriously uncompromising at offering any of my own writing for the scrutiny of others. 244 more words


Successful sabbatical

I let this blog slide in favor of another one I set up for foreign adventures, most recently, a volunteer stint at Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia… 73 more words


Glamour Camping

I graduated from the Ithaca College Conservatory and Angie and I wanted to share this wonderful city and the Gorges, especially Lucifer Falls, with our daughters. 318 more words

A song , A legacy... A disaster

Kahe Piya – a music video shot in the picturesque Orchha, Madhya Pradesh.

The song is an adaptation of an old Bandish in Rag Kirwani, that has somehow got lost in the hustle of today’s hip hop generation with booming 808s and high octane showoffs. 128 more words