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Love on the Ledge (Zoraida Córdova)

Sky Lopez thought she had it all—the perfect job, the perfect relationship, the perfect life…until she discovers her not-so-perfect boyfriend has been cheating on her. So when her uncle asks her to help plan his Hamptons wedding, Sky jumps at the chance, leaving all of her “perfect” future plans in the rearview mirror. 

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Books

Review - Tucker Beathard's "Rock On"

Oh look, another new artist being shoved down our throats. If there’s one thing Music Row doesn’t run out of, it’s starry-eyed, young artists hoping to be big country stars and they’re willing to do whatever it takes to make it big. 470 more words

Reviews

There's No 12 Step Program For A Maine Winter

The calendars might say that spring has arrived where you live, but the seasons follow an entirely different schedule in Maine.

A typical Maine winter begins in October and ends in March. 1,312 more words

Guests

Austin reblogged this and commented:

I wrote a guest post for Shareen over at On The Verge. Fittingly, it's running today when it looks like snow. Snow on Opening Day? Gotta love life in Maine!

On the Verge of the Great Unraveling

Source: tomdispatch, by John Feffer

The figures are staggering. In what looks like a vast population transfer from a disintegrating Greater Middle East, nearly… 384 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

On the Verge goes on the road

Three actors skim through their highlighted scripts as they prepare to perform together for the first time. They laugh and joke as they ease into their scene, but once they find their groove, they quickly transform into the emotional and honest characters of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” 884 more words

Multimedia

On the Verge Goes on the Road

This story was originally published on Ithaca Week. Additionally, an alternate version was published in The Ithacan.

By Emily Fedor and Faith Maciolek… 924 more words

Ithaca College

Introducing...

I’d like to introduce you to a pretty cool up-and-coming artist:

My daughter Jade.

Jade’s 10, and is more dedicated to her work than most of the adults I know (yes, that frequently includes myself. 61 more words

Writing