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What Native artists can learn from “Real Artists Don’t Starve”

Broken down into three parts, Real Artist Don’t Starve takes you on a journey of transformation. What does the life a successful (“Thriving”) artist look like? Are you born with special gifts, talents, advantages? If not, can you still make

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Book Review: Abolishing Abortion by Rev. Frank Pavone

“I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Elie Weisel, Holocaust survivor “If I

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Book Review: Same Kind of Different as Me – Ron Hall, Denver Moore, Lynn Vincent

The journeys of three lifetimes collide in an odd place, changing the place and the journeys of them all forever.     When sophisticated art dealer Ron Hall – who has skeletons in his own closet – yields to his

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Book Review: Strait of Hormuz by Davis Bunn

Missing missiles is never a good thing, especially when the top intelligence agencies are looking in all the wrong places. Only one seems to be on the trail of the real threat—Marc Royce. But he’s not alone. Allies quickly line

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Book Review: The Art of Storytelling by John Walsh

Haven’t we told stories since we could talk? Telling stories is easy, right? Yes and no. Just because you can spell doesn’t mean you’re a talented writer. Just because you can speak, doesn’t mean you’re a skilled storyteller capable of

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