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Is there space for me at a commune?

By Paxus Calta-Star

People ask regularly if there are spaces for new members at the income sharing communities.  This is a current update on the space availability of the various communes in the US with ways to contact them and relevant guest/intern/visitor policies linked.   499 more words

Twin Oaks

Midweek Breakfast

Eggspectation in Owings Mills, MD.  surprised us with their egg and bacon pizza and good old fashioned French toast. The service was good but their coffee is less desirable; always warm and tasteless.   32 more words

The Revolving Restaurant

Unparalleled views. Delectable meals. A rotating floor.

16 floors up, J.J. Astor Restaurant and Lounge sits perched at the very top of the Radisson Hotel in Duluth. 303 more words

Adventure

The Fragility of Communities

by Raven

I’ve been hoping to have some of the folks in the communities that I’m going to talk about tell their tales, and I’m still hoping that will happen, but in the interests of transparency, I want to put out some of what is happening. 390 more words

Creating Community

Mama Mimosa's to Celebrate Back-to-School

Mama Mimosa’s to Celebrate Back=to-School

Whoohooo! It’s officially the season for the kiddo’s to go back-to-school, and for so many of us Moms we have had a full Summer with the little darlings of ours are finally about to be off their full-time jobs of learning, growing, and enhancing their little minds… … 175 more words

Lifestyle

Burntwood Tavern

2291 Riverfront Parkway
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221
330.794.7085
website

In a remarkable sign of growth, the Burntwood Tavern opened its doors just in 2010 and has since expanded to about 10 locations throughout suburban Cleveland. 471 more words

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Mimosa (a text of Francis Ponge translated by Vadim Bystritski)

Genius and hilarity frequently produce short, unexpected exhilarations.

                                                                                              Fontenelle.

Against an azure background, mimosa performs as Pierrot of commedia dell’arte: it is powdered and dressed in yellow polka-dot costume; however, the plant displays none of the excessive theatricality of Pierrot. 2,038 more words

Contemporary French Prose Poetry In English Traslation