In the Mood to Drift with Carolina Skiff

Haley Dame Bechet is a typical mom with two boys, a husband, and the family pug. The Tampa, Florida, resident is also a working mom. In her case that covers a lot of busyness on top of her mom duties.

Let’s Go Camping!

There are many different “types” of camping. Some believe in the primitive way. Such as those who still believe that the discovery of fire was the best thing that ever happened to mankind and want nothing more than to “rough it” out there in the Great Outdoors. Others, more often than not, believe that summer camping is definitely a great thing if (and only if) an RV filled with all the needs of modern life is the transportation to their base camp out there in the wilderness.

Finding a Hobby that Fits Your Personality

Although there are many out there who turn to their computers or cell phones as their hobby, there are just as many others who want to be more creative. They want to learn something new and fun to do in their spare time. They’re not looking for cash, they’re looking for a way to relax and ‘get away’ from the daily grind. Of course, when it comes to choosing the right hobby, personality is everything.

Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life

Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life Edited by A. Alyce Claerbaut and David Schlesinger   News Hook: An exploration of the life, work, and legacy of the jazz legend Billy Strayhorn, published to commemorate the centennial of his birth.   Strayhorn: An Illustrated Life celebrates the life of late jazz legend Billy Strayhorn, who is perhaps best […]

WORLD CLASS SAXOPHONIST MARCUS ANDERSON ENJOYS AND Coffee, HIS LATEST VENTURE

WORLD CLASS SAXOPHONIST MARCUS ANDERSON ENJOYS AND Coffee, HIS LATEST VENTURE World renowned saxophonist Marcus Anderson has blended two of his favorite things – music and coffee and introduces four delicious flavors of coffee under his new brand AND Coffee™ (www.andproducts.net) , accompanied by a new CD of the same name. The CD is available […]

THE DOUR OF MUSIC

  THE DOUR OF MUSIC by Peter Brav   I went to a Jackson concert one Friday night last month in an old Loew’s movie house so grand they named it the Kings Theatre when it opened on Brooklyn’s Flatbush Avenue in 1929 less than two months before the epic stock market crash. Abandoned in […]

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