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Next showing of Big Wind documentary: Tuesday at 10 PM

TVOntario is showing the new documentary film Big Wind again on Tuesday, March 31st, at 10 PM

The film documents the legal struggle of one farm family in Ontario about to be surrounded by over 100 wind turbines and two transformer stations, and other communities already dealing with the effects of living near the huge power generating machines. 148 more words

Happy birthday Vincent van Gogh

The Most Impressive Quotes by Vincent van Gogh

http://www.magicalquote.com/the-most-impressive-quotes-by-vincent-van-gogh/
Vincent Willem van Gogh was born on 30 March, 1853 in Zundert, Netherlands. Van Gogh is considered one of the greatest Dutch painters together with Rembrandt. 288 more words

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Alone Together (reblogged)

I’m so tickled to be able to reblog a poem written by Plato’s Groove’s very talented young daughter. I was amazed at her self-awareness and would have been thrilled to be able to articulate my feelings as she has done when I was her age. 653 more words

Creative Writing

Easter Simnel Cupcakes Recipe

A recipe I created for Ella Valentine Baking Eggs.

This is a modern take on the traditional Easter cake – these Simnel cupcakes won’t disappoint. 233 more words

Easter Recipes

The Forgotten Bones of Magic

A friend’s comment on a piece I posted yesterday planted the seed that grew into the poem I’ve shared below. It may need some more revision, but here’s what I discovered so far. 127 more words

Poetry

calensariel reblogged this on Impromptu Promptlings and commented:

maple treeI do so love trees, and S. Thomas Summers' poem "The Old Maple" just tickled me to death. Couldn't wait to reblog it.

The Order of Things

The Order of Things

by Jack Lyon

Rich Adin and I are having a fight. I sent him a lovely article about why the parts of a book are placed in a particular order, and he sent me back the following note: “The principle you explain doesn’t really matter and doesn’t really influence the order of content; rather, that order is based on reader expectation built over centuries by publishers and printers.” The nerve of that guy! 1,089 more words

The Business Of Books & Publishing

Simon Speight reblogged this on Poundbury Editorial Solutions and commented:

Interesting and informative and when you think about it, obvious.