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Therapy Horse, "Bet On A Star" gets prosthetic leg

It was just a normal day in Florida but Hurricane Irma had hit.

3 Year old Bet On a Star, commonly known as 81 was living at “Hopes, Dreams, and Horses”, a nonprofit rescue that assists children with prosthetic limbs with Equine Therapy and produces a rescue shelter for horses in Jupiter, Florida. 200 more words


A journalist’s murder may foreshadow political repression

By David Trilling :

Journalists are often an irritant to governments and people with power. Seventy-nine died doing their jobs around the world in 2016. Few were globetrotting foreign correspondents. 732 more words


View from Saudi Arabia: Finding your educational passion

Nada Al-Tuwaijri

June 11, 2018

How many of you are in jobs that have nothing to do with your educational background?

I found myself in a job that was indirectly coherent with my educational background in political science. 672 more words


Black Milk Live in Brooklyn

Last night (July,14th) Detroit artist & producer Black Milk brought The Nat Turner Band to Brooklyn’s Rough Trade venue for a flawless hour long set. The first part of the show focused on his latest project “Fever” and then went into fan favorites from his back catalogue like,” 15 more words

Hope, Action, and Anger

***Note from The Psi:

It was busy last night in the Psi. It seems there have been unlicensed “The Psychic Projects” on the internet? These unlicensed sites have been collecting monies in The Psychic Project name? 562 more words


"Calvin and Hobbes" Creator Turns 60

Creator of “Calvin and Hobbes,” Bill Watterson, turned 60 years old on July 5th. 

“Calvin and Hobbes” is the story of an 8-year-old boy named Calvin and his misadventures with a stuffed tiger named Hobbes. 16 more words

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