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Drake’s Eight-Year Streak On The Billboard Hot 100 Has Ended

This week, Drake fell from grace in the music world — well, not exactly. His fall is something other artists can only dream of — the 30-year-old’s eight-year run of having at least one song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart… 190 more words

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“Sometimes, pardon every time man and women have closed theme self  in the closed mirror box with countless reflection of own, call it world or the closed mirror box. 374 more words

Closed Box

Graduating from the academy and getting lost

I am sitting on the bow, legs dangling high above the water. The winds are blowing steady today, the waters are blue.

For all sense and purpose – it’s a nice day. 241 more words

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Music festival

I went to a small music festival held locally, or near by anyway. Called the Pigeon Lake Music festival.

The image is of Chilliwack. I quite enjoyed their portion of the event. 488 more words

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What do You Have to lose?

“What do you have to lose?  I tell you already you are looking good so.”  These comments were trashed at me about one week ago during my early morning workout session from a young man who seemingly has nothing to lose.  1,013 more words

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By Chance

Nothing is by chance in this world; no event, no connection, no argument, no loved ones, no family, no friends, no birth, no parting, no passing, no problems, no achievements, no fears, no tears, no successes, no failures, no comings, no goings, nothing formal, nothing c… 546 more words

Review: The Life at Southwark Playhouse

This review was originally published in Exeunt Magazine. Click here to view it

Michael Blakemore originally directed The Life on Broadway, when it played in the proscenium arch Ethel Barrymore Theatre, which seats over 1,000 patrons. 501 more words