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So good we asked her to sing it twice, so we could capture this… Alex Arena singing self-penned “Ambience” at MADx.
Santa baby’s Origins story.
Episode from Global News’ series Living In Colour. How a person’s “mental health” can be impacted by cultural expectations, stereotypes and discrimination. Host Farah Nasser speaks with four people of colour, including Uppala Chandraesekera, Munira Abukar, Asante Haughton and David … Continue reading
Can I Kick It ? A Tribe Called Quest Can I kick it? (Yes, you can!) Well, I’m gone (Go on then!) Can I kick it? To all the people who can Quest like A Tribe … Continue reading
Back by popular demand… Get on the bus, start your 2019 by tilting your universe blowing your mind and / or gaining a whole new perspective on experiences that we’re taught to fear and to believe that we can’t possibly … Continue reading
Big up, and big thanks to everyone who came out yesterday for Understanding Voices . Especial thanks to the Family Council at Ontario Shores for bringing folks together and inviting me. Photo credit: some bloke wi’ an iphone.
I said to Hank Williams: how lonely does it get? Hank Williams hasn’t answered yetBut I hear him coughing all night longA hundred floors above meIn the tower of song Tower of Song. Well my friends are gone and my hair … Continue reading
Note: if the image above is a bit fuzzy, try clicking on the link to the PDF below. Lest you thought you were alone. 4% to 15% of humans hear voices regularly. Even the low end of that range is … Continue reading