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YMCA Ventura: Why I will miss it

This evening, I have to say goodbye to some really great people. Thanks to my deteriorating spine, I have had to make a few changes with my life and one of those involves saying goodbye to the people at the […]

YMCA Ventura: Why I will miss it

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This evening, I have to say goodbye to some really great people. Thanks to my deteriorating spine, I have had to make a few changes with my life and one of those involves saying goodbye to the people at the […]

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Rastalogy respected at 1st L.A. Reggae Vegan Fest

In an introductory essay to “Yes, Rasta” (Powerhouse Books 2000) – described by the New Yorker as “a book of dramatic black-and-white portraits of Rastafarians set against a lush Jamaican landscape” by Patrick

NFL Week 7: A rollicking locker room and London’s calling

I hope you managed to wake up from the Thursday night joke the NFL played on us with their laughable game between the Broncos and Cardinals to watch Sunday’s

Ron Irwin talks about his history in radio

For nearly three decades Ron Irwin hosted radio and TV talk shows in Chicago and Los Angeles. Then due to a convergence of events he stopped early in the

2020 elections will determine our future

Nostalgia for Trump Not Likely Whether or not I like to admit it, I am now at the age where I look back on the world and see how it

Wealth and how to manage it

I have long held and will continue to hold to the notion that wealth is not just about money, but I do recognize that money certainly is an important

NFL Week 6: One great game and then another great comeback win

Story of the Week: Forget about players taking a knee. This past week the NFL sent letters to players throughout the league warning them they will begin being penalized for

Wealth: It ain’t just the money, honey

For many if not most people the idea of wealth relates to an abundance of money. To be “wealthy” is to be rich, a millionaire or perhaps billionaire. And

Time: Our most precious commodity is perishable

“Time.” We all know that time is very important. We also know that for each of us individually it is limited; but what is the exact definition? Well according

NFL Week 5: Who Dat with the record?

The fifth week of the season began quietly with New England trouncing the Colts. I have more thoughts on the Colts below. For New England, they showed what many

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