Everywhere: Signs

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Good Vibrations

Sometimes it’s hard to see the good in the world — until we look a bit deeper and realize that it’s actually all around us. You may have heard (or …

Spirituality

See You IRL!

Not to be too old-school here, but sometimes we kind of miss the “real world” (whatever that means). Don’t get us wrong, it isn’t like “reality” is …

Lifestyle

Life Is Good

<b>So at Least There’s That…</b><p>Listening to a recent podcast, where part of the discussion was about how we value the support structures in our lives, as …

Resistance Is NOT Futile

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far far away, a ragtag bunch of charismatic castoffs and merry malcontents staged a rebellion against the dark forces …

No Domain, No Gain!

Despite the discovery of another “continent” lurking beneath New Zealand, we’re not really making any more real estate on this planet. And even if …

Specializing in Generalities?

Yeah, so, like the other day something popped up on the screen that got us thinking about things in a different sort of way. It was one of those …

Marketplaces

Looking for that perfect gift (for you or a special someone) to express your thoughts and values? Say it loud and proud with items from the main …

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs...

It’s not exactly a new phenomenon, and it certainly didn’t start in 2017, but it does seem as if the sense of information bombardment is reaching new …

Dread and Circuses?

It’s something of a supreme irony that just as the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is ending its 146-year operation, <b>we have entered an era</b> …

Get Your Unicorn On!

Unicorns seem to be all the rage these days. Well, perhaps <i>rage</i> isn’t quite the right word, since the resurgence of interest seems to be as much about</b> …

Don't Mourn, Organize

Before his execution by the state of Utah in 1915, the legendary activist and songwriter Joe Hill wrote a telegram to Bill Haywood — himself a …

Too LIT to Quit?

Language is an amazing concept that we often take for granted, perhaps because it’s so ubiquitous and ordinary in its application. We learn it, adapt …

Solidarity ... Forever

We spend a lot of time in relative isolation in the course of navigating our modern lives. Oh sure, we have “friends” and “likes” and are perpetually …

New for the New Year: Stay WOKE

For 2017, it’s all about staying woke. This will be the most critical time to <b>wake up and rise up</b>, to meet the new challenges that are upon us. And by …

Home

Do you remember that time when the world was perfect and everyone got along really well? Neither do we! But we do know that things have been better …

Transitions of Power

Yes friends, we stand on the cusp of a shining moment in our American democracy, when we effect the peaceful transition of political power. This …

Meme Streets: Social Change*

The message is simple yet powerful: <b>we can’t get it done alone, but together we’re unbreakable</b>. This is the basic lesson conveyed by every successful …

Go(ing) with the Flow

These days, it helps to think about where things are going and how we can be part of steering them there. When you hear the phrase “go with the flow” …

Resolutions: STAY CALM!

We all need a little encouragement now and then, especially as the sense of crisis mounts and the options for meaningful change appear to dwindle. …

BADLANDS: "Get Your Facts Learned"

Every movement needs an anthem — or many anthems, actually. As an opening bid, we would like to nominate “Badlands” by Bruce Springsteen for your …

Party Like It’s (NOT) 2016!

Has there been a worse year in recent memory than 2016? From David Bowie and Prince to one half of WHAM! and Princess Leia, we lost more celebrities …

Return and Renew: The Porcelain Drip

There may come a time when you return some of the stuff you got for the holidays (or a birthday, etc.) but didn’t really want, and instead look to …