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Need a Creativity Jolt? Drop by a Modern Art Show

8 Imagination Boosters I got from SCOPE New York 2013 WHAT’S TRULY WONDERFUL about so much of today’s visual Art is that it engages every sense, not just what you see (or think you see). Next time you’re caught in … Continue reading

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How Many More Americans Need to Die by Gun?

Dec. 14, 2012. A gunman killed 26 people, 20 of them children between ages 5 and 10, in a shooting on Friday morning at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., about 65 miles northeast of New York City, a law … Continue reading

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Dancing on Ice Floes:

Survival Strategies for Artists in the Atlas Shrugged Era of Public Arts Funding _____________________________ IN MAY, 2011, by direction of Republican Governor Sam Brownback, the State of Kansas eliminated its state Arts commission. Eliminated totally and completely. The first state … Continue reading

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Yes, Katie, There Is a Santa Claus

From guest blogger Rev. Lisa Bansavage— AS I WAS CHEERILY putting up my Christmas decorations this week, a memory from a few years back came flooding through me. We were visiting one of my husband’s cousins who had three young … Continue reading

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It’s This Rain

© L.E. McCullough 1993 ____________________ LOOKING OUT THE WINDOW of my sixth-grade classroom following noon recess, it seemed as if the entire St. Michael’s School playground was going to float away in the driving rain that had been falling steadily … Continue reading

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Drift Away

On a chilled, rain-sotted evening a couple weeks back, I saw Kevin Crawford and Cillian Vallely backed by guitarist Ted Davis perform a concert at the gracious home of Mike and Rose Flanagan in Pearl River, New York – a town just across … Continue reading

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Elvis Story Hour

STUCK ON YOU ©  L.E. McCullough 1991 You’re next, doll. Ever had a tattoo before? Well, it ain’t changed much since then. Sit down and relax. Ain’t one of them dang bleeders, are you? Sure, I do a bangup business … Continue reading

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