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Good music & good fun with the Miller Eastman band. Joni is one of my interview subjects for my documentary inspired by the short, Secrets in the Forest.
Posted in Poverty awareness and how issues can be addressed, Take a break for positive thoughts, Videos of Rita Jasper
Tagged artists, bass guitar, drums, Eating Well, electric guitar, entertainment, Joni Miller, keyboards, Marty Eade, music, politics, Princeton Hotel, Rino Marrone, Rita Jasper, starving, students, Vince Eastman
Al provides a bokashi composting system that allows you to start composting your food waste indoors by fermenting it which reduces odours and keeps away fruit flies Drop me a line and check out my blog: http://www.bokashiman.com/
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Waltz Darling, Van Eyes 3, Parlour Steps Aug 14 at Victory Square, there will be food for the spirit due to great performers. No hot dogs – sorry – maybe next time. See you there or be square.
Here is a taste of the documentary I am working on. “Secrets in the Forest” is a 5 minute short documentary that has inspired me to produce a longer somewhat similar version. You will see periodic updates as to how … Continue reading
Parks are where we gather, contemplate and commemorate. Continue reading
Posted in Feeding the Spirit - gardens, parks & nature, Secrets in the Forest, Videos of Rita Jasper, Women
Tagged Crab Park, missing women, murdered and missing women, murdered women, poverty, systemic racism, systemic sexism
This video is silent, but the people in this video are not and it is their actions that make a difference. Author: Rita Jasper Please feel free to share, copy, distribute and transmit the work and acknowledge the author. Creative … Continue reading
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Tagged February 14, homeless, marginalized, murdered and missing women, murdered women, poverty, systemic racism, systemic sexism, Women's March