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Jun.27.2011
Cities around the world commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots every June with LGBT--Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender--Pride celebrations....
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Jul.22.2011
(The link in September 7, 2011's, newsletter to the Moment Everything Changed blog topic wrap-up should have gone here. Sorry for any confusion!) The...
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Aug.15.2011
The launch this week of an all-new Red Room represents the biggest change this community has seen since we began. I'm eager to show you the literally...
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Sep.05.2011
The launch in August of an all-new Red Room represented the biggest change this community saw since we began. I talked about the most prominent ones...
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Sep.12.2011
From the time it emerged from the ruins of the Roman Empire, Italy has been one of the world’s most important centers of art and architecture,...
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Sep.12.2011
“I never drink…wine.” –Count Dracula, in Bram Stoker’s Dracula  “I have never met a vampire personally, but I don't know what might happen...
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Sep.19.2011
 “…the key is that you have got to be connected to your readers, whether it's one little old lady who has come in for the free cookies you've...
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Sep.30.2011
Governments have been honoring poets officially since ancient Greece, where a laurel wreath symbolized the honor. The current tradition arose in...
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Sep.30.2011
I came across a cache of old photos And invitations to teenage parties "Dress in white" one said, with quotations From someone's wife, a famous...
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Oct.17.2011
Governments have been honoring poets officially since ancient Greece, where a laurel wreath symbolized the honor. The current tradition arose in...
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Dec.09.2009
Winter is about what chills you to the bone, physically or emotionally, so I can still see the thin layer of snow and hear it crunch under the soles...
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Mar.09.2009
(written by Henry Baum): There’s something about discovering a great self-published novel that’s different from discovering a novel that’s...
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Apr.07.2009
April 7   ARABIAN DAYS      There are days I feel like Scheherazade and could spin a thousand tales.  Other days I feel my brain grab for its satchel...
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Jun.09.2009
June 9   GULPING     The plug that lodges in my throat from too much, too fast, causes the anxiety to rise in me.  The panic fulls my contracting...
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Jul.06.2009
July 6   OPTICAL ILLUSION    From the right angle a hatpin can appear taller than the Empire State Building.  I can skew my perspective to such an...
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Sep.18.2009
September 18   SMARTS     Intelligence should be used as a tool not a weapon.  Intelligence is as common as silica and can be used to do anything, so...
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Oct.21.2009
October 21   REFLECTIONS OF YOU    When people meet me they listen and stare, then the familiar words tumble from their mouths, “there is something...
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Dec.26.2009
December 26   HEART HANDED     I pick up the pen in my heart hand and the blood of my soul pours onto the page.  The words coalesce and clot into the...
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Apr.28.2010
April 28      Perkiomenville   Being actually alive does not feel as good as I imagined the relief of being dead would feel and therefore I have...
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Dec.11.2011
December 11   Flight 548   What a happy flight, wing to wing, smiles, good cheer, the air is kind, sweet, dry, easy to breathe.  I am...
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Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.