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Finding Our Sensibilities Through Art

“An Artist’s Date” is a new Little Patuxent Review blog series based upon a concept included in Julia Cameron’s book, The Artist’s Way. Cameron believes each person is innately creative and this creativity must be expressed, or it becomes a cancer.

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Children's Aid Society makes last-minute appeal for donors

The Children’s Aid Society fears that 50 local families won’t have much of a Christmas unless more last-minute donations come in.

The CAS was already short of sponsors for its record number of families needing help when, in recent days, even more families turned to the agency for assistance. 199 more words


Children's Aid Society seeks sponsors for families in need

Windsor-Essex, we have a problem: A record number of families have applied for help from the Children’s Aid Society holiday donation program — but there just isn’t enough stuff to go around. 445 more words


The Fury of Firestorm, The Nuclear Man 40 (October 1985)

For the first time in a while–maybe ever–Conway dedicates over half the issue to Ronnie. He’s in trouble at school because he did too well on his final exams. 154 more words


LIFE & LIMB: Mike Clark on Finding & Chasing What Resonates

Michael Clark is primarily a writer, but one who plays a variety of instruments and has an intense love for all-things music-related. When I’d first met him at a friend’s DJ night, he was spending most of his days researching and writing product copy for a guitar manufacturer on Long Island. 998 more words


Raditudes episode 5: Shanghai Certified Trail Bosses

In Raditudes episode 5, Anthony Napolitan visits Shanghai with special guest Morgan Wade, while Joe Rich shoots the action.

Back in the United States, Mike”Hucker” Clark decides to try to get his solo certification for skydiving from the legendary Red Bull Air Force. 22 more words


Ex-Dobson football coach Mike Clark inducted into NHSACA Hall of Fame

It’s hard to believe it has been 14 years since Mike Clark put on a headset on Mesa Dobson’s football sideline and led his players to battles on Friday nights. 375 more words