“Royalty Free” Tells of Making The World A better Place Through Music And A Dream

By Sherletta Germain  “Royalty Free” is a story of Kevin McCloud and his ability to make the world a better place through his composition of music. I really enjoyed the film because it didn’t just show one layer of who Kevin is. The film showed the ups and downs; the good versus the bad . Kevin’s career was interesting in how he kind of accidentally … Continue reading “Royalty Free” Tells of Making The World A better Place Through Music And A Dream

LGBTQ+ Charity Music Festival LOVELOUD Returns May 14 With All-Star Lineup of Artists

INITIAL LINE UP INCLUDES GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING RECORDING ARTIST DAN REYNOLDS OF IMAGINE DRAGONS, WILLOW, ANITTA, NEON TREES, THE ACES, AND MAT & SAVANNA LOVELOUD Festival (http://loveloudfest.com) is thrilled to announce that after a two-year pause brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s returning with an all-star lineup of artists on May 14, 2022. The festival, which will be held at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, is … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Charity Music Festival LOVELOUD Returns May 14 With All-Star Lineup of Artists

Try Harder Film Review

By: Vernon Nickerson At Lowell High School, the top-ranked public high school in San Francisco,the seniors are stressed out and I can can relate. “Try Harder” shows the unbelievable pressure students are under to achieve their dream, but sometimes it’s not their dream but their parents. There is a parallel of what these students went through and what I went through in my earlier academic … Continue reading Try Harder Film Review

For All Of Us In The Infinite Stream Of Healing

By Sherletta Germain Before I dive in, I want to express my gratitude for your time. I would like to celebrate you for taking the “deep dive” into a topic so taboo that many people will never have an open discussion, as if sexual trauma is a myth. But as you already know, that is not the case. Thank you for taking the time to … Continue reading For All Of Us In The Infinite Stream Of Healing

When Life Gives You Lemons- My Survival Story

By Sherletta Germain 2018 started off so perfect, which was cool because 2017 was a doozie. Have you ever felt like that? Like you wish the year would just “end” already because you are just over it? 2017 left me wanting to leave it right where it was-behind. The year before, I had lots of hard decisions and welcomed the smooth transition into a new … Continue reading When Life Gives You Lemons- My Survival Story

Brian McClean An Artist Of The Light

Brian McClean is a self taught fine art photographer of extraordinary landscapes, coastalscapes, nightscapes, and cityscapes. He is an exceptionally gifted artist who resides in San Diego California with an astonishing talent for creating emotionally moving photographs which takes an individual on a sublime journey. Brian McClean has always had a vivid imagination, a love for the arts, an eye for beauty. He did not … Continue reading Brian McClean An Artist Of The Light

Phil Spector – Genie In The Genius

By Stephan Pisko The sound that bounced off the wall was pure genius perceived on a different dimensionally vibrating level than most other mental spheres’. Artistic mood and/or talent always rides a constant tightrope borderline that flicks (off and on) between “insanity plus fantasy” this is the (genie gestalt): similarity – continuation – closure – proximity – figure/ground – symmetry/order in addition to a newer … Continue reading Phil Spector – Genie In The Genius

Human Laboratory Rats

By Stephan Pisko, Think of this globe as 7.6 billion human laboratory rats’ experimenting expeditiously with hormone altering – mood messing – pain protruding illegal pharma substances’ made mainstream legal unknowingly realizing the horrific side effects’ of any of these crusted conglomerates’ for this is how the healthcare system is setup for you today initiating world planetary unrest just up the dose for mass rat … Continue reading Human Laboratory Rats

Past, Present, Future – Noise, Tension, Anxiety

By Stephan Pisko If you want to see the “future – present – past” just look at human beings, their anxieties, their movement, their tension, their noise and this is all of that. Look at subliminal slavery (slaves who are virtually unaware that they are slaves). 4.5 billion years ago their existed “stated silence” calmed nothingness then came cell life the invisible variables’ manifested themselves … Continue reading Past, Present, Future – Noise, Tension, Anxiety

Cleaning of Cerebral Cookies – Importance of Meditation and Deletion

  By Stephan Pisko Slowness of mind and body pinpoints (2) very important areas: “What are you inputting to mind?” and “What are you feeding body?” Nourishment of body also targets the mind and vice versa. It’s funny the North American Buddha is ‘top heavy’ meaning the mind is so filled up with cerebral cookies from the enormous amounts of influential thought second by second … Continue reading Cleaning of Cerebral Cookies – Importance of Meditation and Deletion

Hormones and Human Mind – Spiritual Practice

  By Stephan Pisko, By releasing you’re hormones you indeed free you’re mind clear thinking cannot take place when there exists an over abundance of bodily hormones either male (or) female. I agree to the fact that hormonal levels are one of the main reasons for harsh aggressiveness the mind will overreact to a situation because it lies in a ‘state of restless tension’ this … Continue reading Hormones and Human Mind – Spiritual Practice

Underdog Syndrome

By Stephan Pisko We throw our emotions away cheaply just like the lives we don’t have uselessly you can’t honestly expect anything useful from mainstream employment (or) this commercially fabricated word ‘love’ we don’t understand (or) this other word ‘life’ that no one possesses this is obviously just not thinking we become a victim a low ground sniffing underdog with a syndrome as big as … Continue reading Underdog Syndrome

“Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” A Distressing Yet Refreshing Look At The Default Difficulties Of Life

  By William Engel “Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” is a sobering, poignant story of two people struggling to break free from their respective prisons – one confined by mental illness, the other by grief. The film follows two different people, whose lives converge about one-third through. The first, a man named Chet (Dustin Coffey), suffers from severe agoraphobia, or fear of sunlight and going outside. … Continue reading “Fear, Love and Agoraphobia” A Distressing Yet Refreshing Look At The Default Difficulties Of Life

A conversation with Director Linda G. Mills and her new short film, “Better to Live”

By:Vernon Nickerson Edited By : Colleen Page There have been some excellent films this year at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, there is one that should not be missed;  that is ” Better To Live”  short film that is packed with more emotion than a rollercoaster ride.   The art of Montague was able to speak with the filmmaker of this wonderful and touching film … Continue reading A conversation with Director Linda G. Mills and her new short film, “Better to Live”

The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Review: Time and Talent Too Beautiful to Lose: A Review of “Better to Live”

By: Vernon Nickerson Linda G. Mills’ gem of a short film, “Better To Live” had its World Premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. Plus it was THE OFFICIAL SELECTION of the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. “Better To Live” showcases the “heartbeat” of New York City- its creative young adults – even as it provocatively highlights how they speak out to their peers about the complex issues of coming out, … Continue reading The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Review: Time and Talent Too Beautiful to Lose: A Review of “Better to Live”