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 […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry Group; January 29, 2019

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado Tonight we paid tribute to two of the finest poets to have graced us in this lifetime; William Stafford and Mary Oliver. January 17th was William Stafford’s birthday and sadly, we lost Mary Oliver on that same day this year. I’m always fascinated at the ways life can take two souls and […]

Clark County Poets Directory!

At last, we will have one! This directory will be great for the poetry community to know each other or at least of each other. It will also be great for those looking to build their writing resume and gain recognition with publishers. The requirements are not difficult. If you’ve never been published before, don’t […]

Soaring Spirits 2 Gala Benefit Concert

In case the print at the bottom is hard to read, The Traveling Day Society through music and prayer supports those in hospice. Whether it’s our own passing or that of a loved one, it’s not something that we ever accept easily. Probably because we value life so much and spend a great deal of […]