Category Archives: NYC

We Can’t Forget

We are believers we’ve placed full faith in a magic that uses words to transform chaos into the norm human beings into disposable things buildings into rubble life into death (by drone) bodies into ash (and bone) cultures into terror … Continue reading

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29 People

According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of terrorism is “The use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a political goal.”   29 people were killed today in a terrorist attack. … Continue reading

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In central park today on my way back from Strawberry Fields with Vito (my sisters puppy I have been dog-sitting for the past few days), I saw a man aggressively pulling a woman by the arm. I gave it a … Continue reading

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A Whole Awful Lot

Hundreds of thousands of people in the street, Indian summer heat of late September Manhattan And thousands of other cities around the globe One hundred and fifty six countries involved People that care a whole awful lot like the Lorax … Continue reading

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