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An Aquarian Exposition

Woodstock Music & Art Fair (August 15-17, 1969) It was 50 years ago this week that Woodstock took place. No doubt, most of you are already tired of hearing/seeing/reading about this significant “3 Days of Peace & Music”, but it … Continue reading

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Marianne Williamson: Who Knew?

Now, here’s the thing: politics is a dirty business; the candidates are cutthroat, the policies have hidden agendas, and the promises are soon forgotten. So, when a spiritual teacher decides to throw her hat in the ring, running as a … Continue reading

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Stranger (to myself)

  I moved away from Canada in nineteen-eighty-five: I wanted to see how the other half survived; The Brits were somewhat welcoming to me, There were so many places I wanted to be.   But I didn’t realize how much … Continue reading

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Put a Little Love in Your Heart

Happy Saint Valentine’s Day He was killed this day in 269 AD… that’s 1,750 years ago!

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But, It’s Christmas Eve!

Scrooged (1988) Francis Xavier Cross is a cynical, mean spirited television executive, he treats his loyal assistant with contempt. He just sacked a member of staff on Christmas Eve for simply disagreeing with him, and he’s alienated himself from his … Continue reading

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Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus

All You Need is Love Love, love, love Love, love, love Love, love, love There’s nothing you can do that can’t be done Nothing you can sing that can’t be sung Nothing you can say, but you can learn how … Continue reading

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A New Christmas Carol

Every Day Is Christmas This new TV movie is inspired by the Charles Dickens classic,  A Christmas Carol. A shrewd money manager Alexis Taylor (Toni Braxton) gets the holiday visit of a lifetime. A self-proclaimed workaholic who “humbugs” love, Alexis ends … Continue reading

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