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Hello Darkness...

Paul Simon wrote the words in the 60s. Dave Draiman sings the song like Simon never could.

Growing up in the 70s, I was relegated to the back seat of a 4-door family cruiser, unable to reach the radio. 267 more words

Random Grumblings

Call for Nominations for the Motherhood Hall of Fame [CLICK]

Do you know a mother who has greatly impacted your life or community?

This year the Motherhood Hall of Fame honors everyday she-roes.

Please write us with your nomination by submitting a 250-500 word essay on what this person has done and what it has meant to you or your community. 54 more words

Museum Of Motherhood

Have Pride

As ‘based on a true story’ films go, Pride is about as good as it gets.

The LGSM are inspiring role-models, not only to the LGBT+ community but to anyone who believes in solidarity as the way forward.

Meet 5 Everyday Heroes of Flint’s Water Crisis - —By Edwin Rios | Wed Jan. 27, 2016 6:00 AM EST

How a professor, a doctor, a stay-at-home mom, and a “rogue employee” brought the scandal to light.

Long before Flint’s water crisis made national headlines, there were plenty of people raising hell about the tainted water or working to lessen its burden in this impoverished, majority-black city of nearly 100,000 people. 176 more words

Point Of Interest


Summer 2015 – The media begins coverage of the “swarm” of so called “migrants” attempting to enter Europe. Each mainstream news channel streaming pictures of violence in Calais, riots in Greece, thousands walking the train tracks of Hungary. 1,807 more words


Square Enix stands up against bullying with Life Is Strange | Square Enix se opone al acoso o bullying con Life Is Strange

[EN]: Game developer and publisher Square Enix stands up against bullying with Life Is Strange by partnering with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center (NBPC). 333 more words


Red Cross Heroes Coming Up | Would You Help us Cheer

15th Annual Heroes Awards Luncheon
Inspiring Stories of Kindness and Courage

Friday January, 22, 2016 –  11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Woodland Community Center

 The Annual Red Cross Hero Recognition events are always a great way to kick off a brand new year. 670 more words