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Anne Baldwin finds inspiration in self-quarantine

I interviewed Anne Baldwin, an artist who has overcome traumatic injury, homelessness and during self-isolation quarantine due to the COVID-19 Pandemic became a self-taught portrait artist with no formal training. Here is what she had to say: Cat Doss: Where […]

Anne Baldwin finds inspiration in self-quarantine

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I interviewed Anne Baldwin, an artist who has overcome traumatic injury, homelessness and during self-isolation quarantine due to the COVID-19 Pandemic became a self-taught portrait artist with no formal training. Here is what she had to say: Cat Doss: Where […]

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Carbon monoxide could be a catalyst for COVID-19

Recently it was explained how the highly toxic carbon monoxide (CO) interferes with important biological functions in our body, including the immune system, even when it is inhaled in

Kobe Bryant’s global impact

Kobe Bryant's death sent shockwaves across the United States. However, the Los Angeles sports icon’s death reaches around the world from Kenya to China. Brand Kobe Bryant was globally known

Future thoughts: We are missing out on the 21st Century

We are now one-fifth of the way through the 21st century and the United States has, in many ways, refused to join the modern world. In its place, it

Senators urge caution after Saudi oil centers destroyed

WASHINGTON – Tensions between the U.S and Iran remain high in the aftermath of Saturday morning’s missile and drone attacks on a Saudi Arabian oil processing plant. Houthi rebels claimed responsibility

Thoughts without ideas

Let me begin this piece with an apology or two. I am sorry. I am sorry for whatever my fingers are about to type out on my laptop because I

Rep. Bass comments on Venezuela

WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), Chair of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations issued the following statement after

Maria Butina, alleged Russian spy, sentenced for conspiracy

WASHINGTON – Russian national and alleged spy Maria Butina was sentenced to 18 months in prison Friday after she pleaded guilty to a felony conspiracy charge related to attempts to

Thoughts but no article

Let’s see, it is 1:30 in the morning. I have had my first cup of coffee after waking just after midnight. My Fitbit has not finished charging so I

Trinis run the route: Christopher Battoo finishes the Boston Marathon

T&T national Christopher Battoo makes it seven in a row – Running beyond the Boston bombings  It’s been seven years of good luck for Trinidad and Tobago national, Christopher Battoo,

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