On January 15, 1919, a tanker holding 2.5 millions gallons of molasses exploded and caused a wave of molasses 10 feet tall moving at nearly 30 miles an hour, which left a trail of destruction and death in the mostly Italian neighborhood of Boston’s North End.
Episode 7— I got to know Dusty at a school we both attended in Hawaii at the end of 2002, beginning of 2003. He was one of my favorite people there, really down to earth and humble, but very smart
The term ‘Proxemics’ was first introduced by Edward T. Hall in his book, The Hidden Dimension. Wikipedia defines Proxemics as, 'The science of the subjective dimensions that surround each person and the physical distances they try to keep from other
Three years ago I borrowed a book called The Art of Pilgrimage by Phil Cosineau from the library of a ship called the M/V Pacific Link, which at that time was floating around Fiji doing good deeds in some of the smaller islands.
Who am I to talk about sex and romance? I’ve never had either. I almost did, once. And it took a fair amount of time for my bruised little heart to get past the confusion of the
The sky was spitting in the freshness of the evening. A slight breeze wandered down the narrow streets and caressed the small, arched bridges of the city. The night was to be yet another of reasonable weather and fair social
‘Rap is something you do, hip hop is something you live!’ KRS-One has described hip hop in many ways, but my favorite was on his album with Marley Marl entitled ‘Hip Hop Lives.’ The song was called ‘I Come Back’
We all know home is where the heart is, but what if your heart's not where you are? The idea of home is a tricky thing. I never even thought about it until I moved out for the first time.