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New Software Newsflash: Adobe Creative Cloud For Photography – April 2015

Lightroom CC

This release of Lightroom CC contains a lot of new features that photographers will really like in that it will make them less reliant on Photoshop. Read More »

Interview with Actress/Author Shari Rigby

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The Lord is always giving us opportunity to grow and start building for us. He did that at a very young age for me. Read More »

NAB 2015: Drone-ing On and On – The Pizza has Landed

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Drones were everywhere at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas this year. No, not male honeybees or parasitic loafers, but unmanned aircraft remotely or programmatically controlled. More specifically, drones with cameras attached. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Greening of Asia’ by Mark L. Clifford

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The book reinforces the need for every country around the world to monitor the use of natural resources or the often-unintended destruction of waterways, land, and forests. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Public Enemy,’ Wild Rice’s Adaptation of Ibsen’s ‘An Enemy of the People’

Wild Rice Public Enemy Ibsen

Just as with the questions Dr. Chee faces in the play, do you stand up for what's right when the cost is so large? Is there a limit to how much cost you will bear? Will the limit be jail time, or harm to your family? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Red Cavalry’ by Isaac Babel

Isaac Babel: Frontispiece

Pushkin Press has issued a new edition of 'Red Cavalry,' Isaac Babel's Russian short stories, originally published in 1926 paint a unique picture of time and place. Read More »

Music Review: Boz Scaggs – ‘A Fool To Care’

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Boz Scaggs is as soulful as ever on this flawless and seemingly effortless new release. Read More »

Black Like Me

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That their torments be many and can only be explained in the darkest Yiddish proverbs by the cruses of a thousand rabbis. That the imps of a far-distant abyss visit each of them, every other night, for all the rest of their lives to keep their eyes propped open and their minds restless through the night, so they awaken tired in Hellhelm where there is no mornings. And if this does not get them to change their evil ways – for them I further wish: Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘New Business’ – or Grappling with Loss

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With every new business venture or personal relationship comes the shadow side – the risk of a new loss, along with reminders of losses past. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Justified’ – Series Finale – ‘The Promise’

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Justified ends its series perfectly, focused on the relationship between Boyd and Raylan. Read More »