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“Place Called Home” – A New Single and Video from Cease & Desist

“Place Called Home” – A New Single and Video from Cease & Desist After many years of being a band Cease & Desist have finally released their first single, ‘Place Called Home’. On the week of Feb 20-25, 1989, Mick Dalla-Vee, Marc LaFrance, and Brent Knudsen had their first public performance. Who would have thought […]

50 Times People Have Spoken Very Profound Words

50 Times People Have Spoken Very Profound Words   1 I was 13 years old, trying to teach my 6 year old sister how to dive into a swimming pool from the side of the pool. It was taking quite a while as my sister was really nervous about it. We were at a big, […]

Randy Bachman Does His Jazz Thing Too, At Massey Hall (With Special Guest Guitarists Jeff Healey and Duke Robillard)

Randy Bachman Does His Jazz Thing Too, At Massey Hall (With Special Guest Guitarists Jeff Healey and Duke Robillard) [from jazzreview.com] Concert Review by: Joe Curtis Venue: Massey Hall (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) Friday April 13, 2007 – It was certainly a truly historic musical celebration of the blues, jazz, folk and some Middle Eastern musical […]

Vintage Amps Portal

This is a great link for research into those ‘old amps’ you don’t see very often… check it out! https://www.vintageaudioportal.com/vintage-guitar-amps.html

My Wonderful Sister Lydia

My Wonderful Sister Lydia   This was my eulogy I read when we lost my wonderful sister Lydia Howell Dalla-Vicenza suddenly in a car accident.   Lydia – Memorial Service July 31st, 2019 At the risk of repeating many of my sister’s wonderful attributes that have been shared today, I will try to offer a […]

Understanding emotional intelligence and its effects on your life

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By Erin Gabriel, CNN Experts say emotional intelligence — the ability to read, understand and respond to emotions in ourselves and others — is crucial in predicting our health, happiness and success. It’s our emotional intelligence that gives us the ability to read our instinctive feelings and those of others. It also allows us to […]

Zero Tolerance USA 2018

Have you heard that children were separated from their parents under Obama & Clinton? Then, you need a little Facts vs Myths lesson. Michelle Martin, PhD Cal State Fullerton summed up the most important FACTS: There is so much misinformation out there about the Trump administration’s new “zero tolerance” policy that requires criminal prosecution, which […]

The Cookie Thief

Borrowed from Valerie Cox A woman was waiting at an airport one night, with several long hours before her flight. She hunted for a book in the airport shops, bought a bag of cookies and found a place to drop. She was engrossed in her book but happened to see, that the man sitting beside […]

How can you trust if someone will repay a loan? Look at their smartphone.

May 17, 2018 / Patrick D’Arcy By replacing traditional credit scores with mobile phone data, entrepreneur Shivani Siroya has pioneered an innovative way to think about trust. What makes you decide to trust someone? Maybe you have mutual friends or you know their family. Maybe you know other people who went to the same college […]

15 Tiny Things That Could Seriously Improve Your Life In Just A Month – Gyan Yankovich

1. If a task if going to take you less than a minute to complete, do it as soon as you think of it. The One-Minute Rule is simple, but it works! Getting out of the habit of putting things off is the easiest way to get shit done. 2. Try to read for a […]

9 Things That Make You Unlikable – (Forbes Magazine)

9. Sharing too much, too early. While getting to know people requires a healthy amount of sharing, sharing too much about yourself right off the bat comes across wrong. Be careful to avoid sharing personal problems and confessions too quickly. Likeable people let the other person guide them as to when it’s the right time […]