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Dia de Los Muertos in Santa Cruz

Somewhere along the line, in the course of my three decades of visiting Mexico, I became obsessed with fanciful skull and skeleton folk art. I quickly learned that the characters with which I was so enamored had emerged from celebrations of El Día de Los Muertos, The Day of the Dead. 1,067 more words

Event Recap: International Journey 2015

Clark has always prized itself on its robust cultural diversity. Various clubs and organizations at Clark work very hard all year long to help keep this cultural diversity alive on campus. 551 more words

About Last Night-Diner En Blanc Atlanta 2015

Sunday evening I had an incredible time witnessing over 1,500 people descend upon Peachtree Street for an elegant diner complete with entertainment and dancing.  People were brought to the surprise pop up location by the busload from certain key points throughout Atlanta and while they may have come together as strangers many left as friends.   121 more words


Serenade Supper Club Featured Artist: Kameron Corvet

Where can you go and enjoy a four-course meal in an intimate setting coupled with a performance by some of the most incredible musical talent around?   317 more words


Power to Inspire-Center For Civil and Human Rights

I always love when I have an opportunity to the Center for Civil and Human Rights.  As the Center approaches their one year anniversary from opening it’s doors in 2014 they have scheduled some wonderful programs and activities to commemorate this moment. 194 more words


A Pause in Sewing to Read

Where the Dead Pause, and the Japanese Say Goodbye: A Journey by Marie Mutsuki Mockett

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Not as much memoir as I expected nor as much about Fukushima, though both are backdrops. 326 more words