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Summer Reading Review of Charleston

Summer Reading Review: Charleston

This book hurt my heart but in this poignant rush that was utterly captivating. **This post contains affiliate links, but only because I highly recommend this book! Charleston by Margaret Bradham Thornton tells the story of Eliza Poinsett who journeys home to a city so filled with tentacles of memory and connection she can’t shake …

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My Summer Reading List

I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a mile long list of books that I want to read, and I am constantly adding to it.  So in order to shorten that list just a bit, I’ve decided to focus on 10 books that I will read by the end of the summer.  Some of …

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Controversy over Planned Parenthood

Are you having trouble understanding why members of the GOP are trying to de-fund Planned Parenthood? What is in the videos people keep taking about? What do they have to do with abortion? What is fetal tissue research anyway and why should I care? Here is a breakdown of some of the most helpful articles …

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Obama’s Action on Immigration

Dear Politicians: Stop slinging mud at each other, get up off your chairs, and do something productive. Stop threatening Obama and the American People with government shutdowns, blockage of executive appointments or de-funding measures and instead pass a bill! Pass a comprehensive Immigration Bill! Stop wasting time, energy, and tax payer’s money on pointless efforts …

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Read It: The Art Experience

Art Museums are grappling with a “plugged in” public obsessed with technology and having an “experience.” How do museums satisfy this public without falling into the entertainment trap? Is social practice art a key solution to avoiding this trap? “High Culture Goes Hands-On” by Judith H. Deobrzynski in The New York Times “Song of Experience” …

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