American-Iranian relations

If you don't know the story of Iranian Air Flight 655, then you don't fully understand American-Iranian relations. On July 3, 1988 the US Navy used missiles to shoot down an Iranian passenger jet – killing all 290 civilians – including 66 children – on board. pic.twitter.com/Jw3E2YtXBa — Shaun King (@shaunking) January 6, 2020

Review: Things That Can and Cannot Be Said

by Danielle Champíet As I recline on my couch reading Things That Can and Cannot Be Said by John Cusack and Arundhati Roy, the binding creased and cracked from the multiple times it’s been read, a headline pops up on my phone about the Trump-Ukraine investigation. A chill goes down my spine and I realize […]

Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy in Women with Dr. Gordon Gunn | Stark Naked Radio

https://www.spreaker.com/user/starklife.us/gunn-2-18-19-12-40-pm This is a great podcast. It demystifies most of the confusion and misinformation that has been put out about women, their bodies and the changes we experience. Both women and men would benefit greatly by listening to Dr. Gunn’s interview. Why men too? All men have women in their lives whom they care about […]

Poetry Moves; A Celebration Of Poetry

by Danielle Champíet-Coronado Enjoying its fourth year, Poetry Moves celebrated with music, dance and much poetry at the Vancouver Community Library on April 28, 2019. A collaboration between Artstra (formerly Arts of Clark County) and C-Tran, the program is designed to promote art and artists throughout Clark County by displaying poetry on C-Tran buses. Dividing […]

Writing Retreat With Oregon Poet Laureate, Kim Stafford

Fellow Writers, I still have a few spaces left in our weekend writing retreat exploring “The Practice of Writing” on Saturday-Sunday, April 6-7. We’ll share our ways into the practice of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction–as well as writing testimony, blessings, rants, and other forms of voting for the human project on Earth. We’re calling our […]