Number 365 is a daily blog exploring current events and issues through the eyes of playmobil (A german toy). Created by Emmy Horstkamp as an art project (artsy explanation on website) Please come visit and if you have any articles that strike you as important or topics you want explored through playmobil, let me know!
Launched in 2005, the award-winning In the Pink Texas is a satirical take on politics and social commentary including but not limited to sex scandals, air travel and single women of a certain age....more
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Boomers & Beyond is dedicated to issues of concern to over-50 generations... which is, when you think about it, just about everything.
I’ve been a writer since probably before you were born: newspapers, magazines, trade publications and websites beginning with Beliefnet.com’s start-up issue. For a year+, Boomers & Beyond was a paid blog on the late-lamented True/Slant.com. I wrote about things like brain fitness, housing choices, healthcare, health and fitness... and current events....more
Backstories is a HighBeam Research blog that gives readers a deeper understanding of current affairs and breaking news by digging up the back story and reporting on relevant trends. It’s also a great resource guide for writers, teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists.
The blog is from the perspective of a black woman and the topics that might interest one or those who are interested in a good black woman. Personal observations on current news topics, political events and book reviews from a variety of genres. The site features articles on life related issues and health issues as well.
Citizen One began in Albany, New York when one citizen attending all Common Council meetings noticed that the "news" from those meetings was not being reported until well after the public would have time to participate in the process. In other words, the primary news source’s practice had created a reactive rather than proactive community....more
The life and times of a gay girl in the midwest: a lesbian blog, coming out of conservative christianity, and being in a long distance, semi-closeted relationship with my girlfriend. Includes my everyday life, along with book reviews, movie reviews, thoughts on relationships, religion, feminism, family and lbgt rights. And whatever else comes up.
The day after we got engaged, my husband had a grand mal seizure. Turned out to be brain cancer. If you thought that things couldn't get any crazier, you'd be wrong. Now here we are, a vegetarian Jew and a meat-and-potatoes Lutheran with twin daughters, back in school, and catching whatever curve balls life keeps throwing at us.
Coming soon- more baby!...more
This blog is about life happenings. Sometimes a topic concerns something that personally involves me, and at other times, I may write about a topic for which I simply have an opinion or questions. ...more
Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural
13197-A Gladstone Ave.; Sylmar, CA 91342
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In the Words of Womyn (ITWOW) is comprised of both writing circle workshops for womyn and online publishing of womyn's writings. Our mission is to empower womyn, "to give sound to our story and volume to our voice," through the practice, sharing, and performance of written and spoken word arts. Any womyn interesting in publishing any original piece--whether poetry, short story (fiction & non-fiction), editorial, article, memoir, reflection--is welcome to submit her work for publication. One goal of ITWOW is to foster opportunities fo...more