Need a Problem

Posted on April 7, 2009 Under Life

Do you think that the air smells like roses and the sun is always shining? Are you constantly enveloped in the warm fuzziness of your being? If you said yes to either of those statements you run the risk of…

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Swan Day 2009

Posted on March 27, 2009 Under Art

This Saturday marks the second international Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) day, a commemoration and series of celebrations to raise visibility for women artists around the world. Whether you're in Austin, Jerusalem, or Nairobi, there are a series of events…

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Playing For Change

Posted on March 24, 2009 Under Music

Smiles are sure to abound for North American audiences of Playing for Change as the musical extravaganza goes on tour this week. The multimedia, artist-driven effort is working to promote peace and music education through collaboration and live performances of…

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Green Houses for the People

Posted on August 15, 2008 Under Eco

Good design shouldn't cost a fortune. The problem is, when homes are custom-designed by architects, instead of pumped out like widgets on an assembly line, they are often too expensive for the average home buyer. In this article on Treehugger,…

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