Today, LACMA and roughly 70 other art institutions across Southern California are brimming with works by Latino artists as part of the groundbreaking Getty-led initiative, “PST: LA/LA.” Ironically it includes numerous works by Asco members.
From Nebraska - Bats and Bluebloods: A Foodie Experience Above the Law...In their ongoing investigation of good places to eat, drink and be merry, residents of and visitors to Lincoln, Nebraska, now have an exciting new way to break dieting laws within the walls of local landmark Robbers Cave.
Nicola Smith entered the realm of politics at a much needed time in American history when we yearn to have true leadership at all levels of government. The city of Lynnwood is fortunate to have her as their Mayor.
In a world where 16,000 children die of hunger-related diseases every day—five September 11 holocausts every day, almost unnoticed—we Americans have ample reason to be grateful for the bounty of food we take for granted. Indeed, while hunger in America is increasing due to the elimination of food stamp benefits and greater inequality, we are more likely to die in America from the complications of eating too much. But we show precious little gratitude for our cornucopia and even less for the people who produce it. From Jefferson to Tocqueville to Bryan and well beyond, farming was once an honored profession in America. It is no more, but it can be again.
Remember, not everyone has loved ones to count on or a stable income, or has a place to live. A lot of people do not even know what it feels like to be invited to someone’s home for a Thanksgiving celebration. A lot are stuck at home unable to travel, to sick, elderly, or perhaps their family has died leaving them with no one to count on.
With all the great ideas in this Connector about energy in the physical world, let’s not forget there is energy in the soul world, too. Soul energy is one of two components in the life force that powers our souls. The other component is information.