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4 Ideas to Reinvigorate Northampton's King Street

On January 22 it was announced that The Colvest Group bought and will redevelop a three-acre parcel of land on King Street in Northampton, MA. The space falls under… 983 more words


Teaching Peace while being Picked on

Lemurian Quartz meant to be a healing agent, and create better insight with intuition. But what if your insight scares you? What if the things you want to say and who you want to say them to have so much power over you? 1,539 more words

Don’t be bullied by the YEET YEET trucks

Alissa CamplinArts and Entertainment Editor

I have driven in a few major cities in the United States.

Atlanta.  Chicago. New Orleans.  Heck, I’ll even throw in Birmingham for funsies. 575 more words


The Latest Attack On Video Games

Whenever a tragedy occurs, people look for someone or something to blame. Was the other driver drunk? Are the laws too lenient? Was the person mentally ill? 382 more words


10 days left to pre-order The Glamorganshire Bible-- and here's today's offering, my short piece, "On City Snow Days Gone By," published originally in the Baltimore Sun

Pre-order my new poetry collection, please, please,–go to  Finishing Line Press:

By Lynne Spigelmire Viti

Growing up in Baltimore in the 1960s, we knew snow was the great equalizer. 718 more words


The Journey Begins

14 Words

By Jenna Conner

“Excuse the interruption, but we are currently on full lockdown. Please follow all procedures.”

14 words- the same number of children who were murdered the day before inside of a school. 947 more words