Authenticity is a tricky thing. Like love, like art, it has no real definition other than *you know it when you feel it*. And while individual experience is subjective, a communal experience is something shared. When something is shared by many, it is no longer ‘an’ experience, it becomes ‘the’ experience *of*: it shifts from […]
Every exchange is in some way and unprincipled negotiation. The success or failure of any negotiation is measured as set up against how much one party gets compared to how much the other party does not get. While the details are variable, the one constant is the idea of ‘economy’, the currency of negotiation, by […]
Clyde Terry’s life story reads like Superhero fiction. Sergeant Terry is a retired 25-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and former U.S. Marine. In 2003, he took a leave of absence from the Sheriff’s Department to assist the U.S. State Department as an International Police Advisor in their rebuilding efforts in Iraq. […]
Beauty lends itself to more beauty for award-winning novelist Susan Vreeland. Art opens doors to new artwork, and life is a constant canvas for new perspective.
Vreeland’s passion for delving into the stories behind Old World art may have earned her a place in literary history, but she remains the starry-eyed high school English teacher standing on Pont Neuf 40 years ago.
Photographs by: Carla Breeze, Andrea Betteridge, Jill L. Matthews Summer brings agricultural shows and horse events not to mention racing. Ascot Racecourse’s social zenith is the annual Royal Meeting in June where Philip Treacy hats vie with thoroughbreds–horses and people. This season was no exception especially because of the Diamond Jubilee. Celebrating […]