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SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE Revisited, The Ploughshares Blog

I visited Vonnegut’s slaughterhouse in Dresden and wrote a love letter to my hometown, Schenectady, New York. Read the full post here.



Above is this week’s photo for Monochrome Madness hosted on leannecole.com.au . Over past weekend the old Nicholas building that’s been on the corner in downtown Schenectady forever was finally torn down. 66 more words

Landscape/City Scenes

The sea is as near as we come to another world

Have you ever been to Viaport? Does that not sound familiar? What about Rotterdam Square Mall? Well, it’s the same thing but a lot better! If you haven’t been to the Rotterdam area lately you may have missed the change over to Viaport. 535 more words


A day without laughter is a day wasted.

Everyone loves to laugh and stand-up comedians are great but there’s a special place in my heart for improv comedians. First, I think it’s 1000x harder since they’re making it up on the spot and I find it to be incredibly inspiring to be that creative so openly on stage. 350 more words


American Boys: The Fifth Season Characters (2010)

Despite what I said in the last post, I didn’t give up on America completely once I’d moved on to Canada – not quite yet. Since there were a few more months to go until I would officially begin the… 609 more words

Creative Work

Big Week for The UP

Some weeks are just better than others.


This week, The Urban Phoenix was thrilled to introduce our UPclub, where members can enjoy exclusive access to content, interviews and other behind the scenes goodies… and of course, one of our new t-shirts!   408 more words


Here is this week’s photo for Monochrome Madness hosted on leannecole.com.au

Schenectady, NY