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Chile Travel: Two Weeks in Chile, Part 1 of 4 – Santiago

Cerro Santa Lucia, Santiago Chile

Santiago is a modern, cosmopolitan city full of history, museums, dramatic terrain, and friendly people. Read More »

The Wretched of the Earth: Hidden Dimensions in Fanon’s Thought – Part 1, Economic Development

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The jury is still out as to whether the South American experiment with decolonization is real revolutionary change or just another version of capitalism dressed up in socialist garb. Read More »

Book Review: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club – by Duncan Whitehead

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A maelstrom of emotion hidden in small town America. Read More »

Book Review: Stories from Jonestown by Leigh Fondakowski

Over 200 hours of interviews tell survivor's stories from Jonestown. Read More »

Book Review: The Sly Company Of People Who Care by Rahul Bhattacharya

An eye opening look at a country blessed with natural beauty and the curse of extreme poverty and the latter's effect on the Guyanese people. Read More »

Book Review: Shanghaied by David Paul Collins

When Jack Sligo runs away from his loving Boston-Irish family, he hopes to get a summer job on a cruise ship. Read More »

The Hospital – A Halloween Story

My experience in a hospital in Venezuela after a horrible mosquito bite. Read More »

Finding Peace and Happiness in Colombia

In Colombia, I had a great time, broke my heart and learned all about the famous making of coffee. Wonderful. Read More »

Romancing Cartagena and the Lost City

My first time in Cartagena, Colombia, and hiking The Lost City trek. Read More »

On the Venezuela-Brazil Border: An Unfortunate Event

Life in Santa Elena, Venezuela after an unfortunate mosquito bite and a dirty-river swim. Read More »