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"Find the Others" - Terence Mckenna

“Always feel, wherever you go, that you are a stranger.  The outsider.  The one looking in… You are some kind of a mystery suspended between two eternities.”
~Terence McKenna

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Coming upon Moses Brown Square in Newburyport, Massachusetts, one evening threw me for a loop. The plaque said this Moses, 1742-1827, was a prominent shipbuilder and merchant active in the slave trade. 279 more words


Saturday hippie: Lingo

I was surprised to find “groovy” repeated in some 1950s’ letters by Terry Southern. But we still think of it as purely hippie, meaning a whole decade later – the late ’60s and into the ’70s. 89 more words


About Us

Hey, readers!

We thought we better tell you a little bit about ourselves.

Madame Soho is an online fashion, music, art and culture publication fusing first class photography by Ki Price with intricate writing by Ray Kinsella. 389 more words


HAPPY BIRTHDAY TRUMAN CAPOTE Born: September 30, 1924, New Orleans, LA

Truman Capote Facts

#Truman Capote was an American writer best known for his true crime novel In Cold Blood and his novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s. He was born Truman Streckfus Persons on September 30th, 1924 in New Orleans, Louisiana to Lillie Mae Faulk and Archulus Persons, a salesman. 523 more words


Fashion Speaks: 5 industry insiders share their thoughts on London Fashion Week debuting in Soho

During London Fashion Week, Madame Soho asked 5 industry insiders what they thought about the event leaving its former home at Somerset House and migrating to Soho, and how staging the occasion in Soho relates to the area’s social and creative significance. 481 more words