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Founder & Editor of Deep City Chronicles, in pursuit of his passion as a writer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker after too many years in the world of advertising and graphic design.

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A documentary that examines the spiritual roots of environmental justice movements across America, confronting an unsustainable energy paradigm and the challenges of forging a new one.

The Big Bang Theory” has been a highly successful situation comedy on NBC and it wouldn’t seem wrong to assume that science is the thematic basis for the show’s title. ...

Tallahassee wants to cut funding for The New World School of The Arts, one of the most successful public school programs in the country. But it's not very likely, even ...

Woodstock had brought over 400,000 people together for a four-day festival of music and art, which marked the end of a decade of social strife in America, where anti-war protests, ...

Thousands of Venezuelans gather at the Freedom Tower in Miami for a rally Against Maduro's regime - April 19, 2017

Every city has something that sets it apart, an intangible quality that makes people want to stay forever or leave immediately. It is determined as much by geography as it ...

The warrior has achieved a magical feat. He has climbed up into the fabric of our collective unconscious and ripped a hole through it. He has fashioned a window in ...
Calle Ocho

After forty years of moving to the rhythms of Salsa and Rumba, then incorporating the sounds of Norteñas and Bachata, it looks like the Calle Ocho has finally reached its ...
First Nations

March 10th, 2017 - The Native Nations Rise March through Washington D.C. erected a tipi at Trump International Hotel on their way to Lafayette Park for a massive rally.
Native Nations

On Thursday, March 9th 2017, members of the Sioux Nation gather for a water ceremony at the symbolic camp at the Washington Monument.

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