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Because Real Life Is For March!

By |March 1st, 2016|

It may seem odd to write an blog entry about how you may not see too many blog entries for a while. But, here we are!

What’s the hubbub, you ask?

March marks my birthday celebration month — because my birthday jubilee cannot be contained to one mere […]

I Know What You Did Last October (Berman, Zola & Brooks)

By |November 10th, 2015|

It’s no surprise to anyone that NYC is brimming with guest lecturers and book signings to feed its massive bookworm population. And it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that someone who has met authors as varied as Ray Bradbury, Vanessa Garcia, Barbara Ehrenreich […]

Preparing To Embark

By |July 19th, 2015|

Everybody Loves A Parade: 5 Years Marshaling IndyPride

By |June 15th, 2015|

Last Saturday marked my fifth year volunteering for the Cadillac Barbie IN Pride Parade in Indianapolis. Ever since returning to Indy in 2010, I’ve made a point to stay involved in celebrating the diversity of art and culture in my community. Somehow spending one Saturday […]

My Year In A & C (2014)

By |December 28th, 2014|

It’s not surprising I’ve been in a nostalgic mood lately given we’re at year end, but I didn’t want to write a big, corny retrospective on how important this past year’s events have shaped my life. It’s too pretentious and, well, no one would care […]

Lotus Moment: Polar Vortex Meets Winter Wonderland

By |January 17th, 2014|

My Next 100 Posts

By |November 24th, 2013|

I’ve started this blog entry so many times in the last week. Why? I’m anxious to mark not only the 100th post on my Lambent Letter blog, but I’m also excited to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of my website, Incandescere.

Still, I was nervous. What […]

The March for Jobs and Justice: 50th Anniversary March on Washington

By |September 4th, 2013|

Last Wednesday, I participated in the 50th Anniversary March for Jobs and Justice in Washington D.C. I don’t know the official number of participants who attended the event, but I do know it gave me a reason to feel proud about the past, present and […]

Lotus Moment: The Evolution Will Be Televised

By |August 29th, 2013|

Why This Is Awesome: I participated in the 50th Anniversary March on Washington yesterday. I took many photos, but this one speaks volumes. As we were marching, city workers were busy fixing an electric line. Marchers asked the 2 men to take photos of the […]

Bradbury Speaks: Honoring a Literary Icon

By |June 8th, 2012|

Thankfully, it’s not everyday a literary giant leaves us for greener pastures. So it’s up to us to honor them and share our memories of what the world will miss now that they’ve been called home. Ray Bradbury, at the age of 91, left us […]