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Making their mark, far from home

The NASA New Horizons Pluto fly-by team proposed naming a dozen features on Charon, the largest of Pluto’s 5 moons, and those names, now approved by the International Astronomical Union, will be very familiar to fans of science fiction, reports Matt Williams on… 189 more words

Science Fiction

Life Itself III: Twenty-plus years of New Horizons stories about people, their passions and their magnificent obsessions

Life Itself III: Twenty-plus years of New Horizons stories about people, their passions and their magnificent obsessions

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John Knicely

A Broadcast Journalism Career Five Decades Strong… 1,434 more words

Writing

Tania Martin's "Rites of Passage"

Just what is a rite of passage–and what does it represent? The lovely Arcadia Conrad performed Tania Martin’s short piece, “Rites of Passage,” last week at Play On Words: New Horizons. 376 more words

New Horizon

Marilyn Horn's "Boy in the Van"

We love stories with a strong voice. That’s why we were drawn to Marilyn Horn’s “The Boy in the Van,” which follows a young narrator as she fails to befriend a boy Tehran. 163 more words

Idea behind it all

Idea behind my art piece(s)

Throughout the history of art what i have noticed is the innate need of artists to want to abandon genre(s), design(s), format(s) and(or) style(s) of art. 535 more words

New Horizons

Valerie Fioravanti's "Glove"

About last night:

We filled Cafe Stritch with artists, writers, performers, volunteers, and friends, old and new. It feels so good to see our community expanding–blossoming in ways we never expected. 453 more words

Christina Shon's "Heart"

How do our bodies reflect our lives? Which happens first: our experiences or our anatomical response? We were delighted to find Christina K. Shon’s “Bleeding Heart” in our submission pile this spring. 546 more words

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