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American culture Back to Basics on Valentine’s Day by Daniel Bruno

Back to Basics on Valentine’s Day I…can turn a gray sky blue. I can make it rain… whenever I want it to. I can build a castle from a single grain of sand; I can…

African-American Daniel Bruno Entrevista a Paquito d’Rivera. 19th Annual Uruguay Jazz Festival

    Cover painting by Florencia Astori, daughter of the vice president of Uruguay Quincy Jones Paquito D` Rivera and Daniel Bruno   Paris Hilton and Fidel Castro Jr.        

American culture Gregory Hughes McFadden. Screenplay by Daniel Bruno

scene:  Ukraine year:   2006 videos:  possible background music but not visuals     Chapter 1 Stanza I Gregory Hughes McFadden Was sitting in his office ‘till dusk Papers piled plentifully Blocking his view of a…

Editor's Desk The Music Industry Is Literally Brainwashing You to Like Bad Pop Songs — Here’s How

  Last summer it was “Blurred Lines.” This summer it’s “Fancy.” Every year, there’s a new song that we all hate until we don’t anymore (see: playcounts). And it turns out that’s because we were…

African-American Violence is Good, Essential and Eternal. Jack Donovan

Violence is Golden By Jack Donovan peter-gelderloos-how-nonviolence-protects-the-state A lot of people like to think they are “non-violent.” Generally, people claim to “abhor” the use of violence, and violence is viewed negatively by most folks. Many…

American culture Your Brain is My Puppet. Entertrainment from Hollywood and TV.

     

African-American Charles Lampkin Presents: Countee Cullen, The Wise.

African-American The Music Man Sees Trouble in River City. by Daniel Bruno

February 2012                                                                                                                  Florianopolis, Brazil     A long, long time ago I can still remember how That music used to make me smile And I knew if I had my chance That I could make…

African-American Those “Good Times” by Suzanne Mills

From my twenty-something old neighbour, a decided double take. “Disco?” I flashed him a syrupy smile, and cooed: “Yes, honey, it´s Donna Summer on the radio, well on Spotify. When Kanye, Eminem, David Guetta and…

Fiction Suicidal Radio by TC Heard

Never knew how I could feel so fortunate. And I never knew how one person could change your life, forever, for always, for love… When I first saw you, it wasn’t just my imagination! I…

African-American Disco Queen and Go-Go King are Gone. by Eugene Robinson

The soundtrack of my youth is fading. That’s hardly an original observation, I realize, but self-indulgence is a columnist’s inalienable right and music has unique power to summon unbidden waves of nostalgia. I’ll spend the…

Healthcare Listen to the Birds

It’s Saturday morning.  I awoke in the usual manner, with a dry mouth needing water, pain in my shoulders from nagging bursitis, and my doggie doing her “I need to go outside” dance.  This is…

American culture Fight or Flight- a series on Fear

  [PT 4 OF A SERIES ON FEAR] March weekly series topic deals with “Fear” and how it relates to independent artists careers.   “Too many of us are not living our dreams, because we are…

African-American A Toe Tapper for that Extra “Umph” in the Morning

Music The Weeknd – Echoes of Silence (Review)

Nobody had a 2011 like Abel Tesfaye. In March, the 21 year old released House of Balloons, his debut masterpiece that pushed the sonic boundaries of R&B with its woozy production and drug influenced songwriting….

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