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Archive | May, 2010

Treating exuberance

May 27, 2010

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A new tool in the battle against excessive exuberance and consistently chirpy people.

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Coffee in Sunlight

May 27, 2010

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Kathleen Coffee in the Perpetual Sunlight of the River | Haddad Riverfront Park, Charleston, W.Va., May 22, 2010 | click bigger

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In search of beta readers

May 20, 2010

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I’ve been working on a beta test site of a new West Virginia arts and cultural mag-blog-channel. Check it out and share your feedback.

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How to succeed at failure

May 19, 2010

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“Success is going from failure to failure without a loss of enthusiasm.” ~ Winston Churchill

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The Art of Volcanoes

May 17, 2010

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This is flat out lovely and terrible, when you think about it, helped by the fact that it stars Mother Nature in a ferocious mood. The song is a solo piece by Sigur Ros’s lead singer, Jónsi Birgisson. The song is called “Kolnidur.”

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The Third Eye opens

May 11, 2010

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We hereby announce to both hither and yon that THIRD EYE CABARET will open soon for several days in two different locales within the hills of West Virginia. Third Eye Cabaret is a floating spectacle of theatrical music, art-folk-rock and the spoken/unspoken word. SATURDAY, May 22, 7:30 to 9:30 pm | Third Eye Cabaret with […]

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Visiting the pharoahs in Huntington, West Virginia

May 8, 2010

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I am into folks who have obsessional collections. My friend in this video, Ken Fox, agrees that it is altogether possible he lived during Pharaohic times in a prior incarnation. What else could explain such a jones for all things Tutenkhamen and beyond? PS ~ I fell off the blogging hobbyhorse after exiting stage left […]

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