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Diversity Inspires Innovation at the Cooper Hewitt Museum

This morning me and my two amigos from college trekked to the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. It was Pixar’s The Design of Story exhibit that drew me to the midsized capsule of modern art and interactive design. 337 more words


When We Fight for Human Rights...

Fighting for our rights as human is a struggle that is as old as humanity. We consider ourselves to be civilized and evolved, but even now we face crimes against humanity. 1,548 more words

Personal Views

Review: Scapegoat

You’re at the theater. The lights lower down into a harsh, red tone as the soundscape of a riot plays and the worst screaming you’ll ever hear pierces your ears. 1,163 more words

Twin Cities Theater

Trinity and Unity

I am on retreat at an Episcopal center that has a beach house.  There are several groups at the center, but those of us in the beach house number eight; it looks like the house could host ten.  484 more words


Epitome of Completeness

In response to the daily prompt.. The magic word Epitome


halting it’s steps, going slow for some

speeding it’s pace to match the light for others… 80 more words


Hebrew: It's Easy as 1, 2, 3...

Without question, one of my favorite, and most challenging, experiences living in Jerusalem has been learning Hebrew.

I’ve always enjoyed learning different languages, latching on to Spanish words at a young age and studying it later in college, but I find it uniquely satisfying to be able to communicate with people in a way that’s comfortable for them. 822 more words

The complicated task of getting more women involved in politics

The debate over how to get more women involved in politics, contrasting the NDP’s Kennedy Stewart’s private members bill linking election expense reimbursement with female candidate share with Michelle Rempel’s encouragement and education approach: 383 more words