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A Lawyer and Rights Activist, Dr Kayode Ajulo, has decried the House of Representatives’ decision to shut down the Edo State House of Assembly, saying it is unconstitutional. Ajulo said the decision was ultra vires in accordance with Section 11 of the Constitution. He spoke against the backdrop of the House of Representatives’ adoption of […]
La Madrina is a scrumptious, home-run of a cigar, but construction issues scrub some of the enjoyment.
Ring Jacket was another store I had the pleasure of visiting during my extremely packed Japan Trip. With his great history and modern take on ivy/Italian style, it was a must. The buying was optional, but who am I kidding? It’s Balloon!
1979- I got sober in AA as I partied as a teenager and I started working on films in Costumes. I wanted to be a screenplay writer producer. I attended college and took Playwright, Academic English, (English was always my best subject), Radio Broadcast etc. 1981- I started working as a Costume Designer `1985- Feb […]
As the Western propaganda machine tagged along with Khrushchev and the corrupt elites to de-Stalinize and scapegoat Stalin to consolidate their own nefarious power the cowardly American left abandoned Stalin as too hot to handle, and scapegoated him worse than the Right. Thus began the cult of Left anti-Stalinism. Noam Chomsky has always been misrepresenting […]
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I started this incredible adventure on June 1, 2018, thinking that I might travel for a year, but more likely less time. But within 4-5 months of beginning this journey I realized that there was no way I’d be ready to stop prior to hitting the 1 year mark. And truthfully, the year has gone by so […]
For as long as I can remember, getting my hair done has been a big part of my life routine. In primary school, I’d get my cornrows taken out and redone on a weekly basis by my fabulous mama. As I got older, I got braids and in secondary school I upgraded to weaves, pick […]
This week was recommended by Sophia. I think an all-white theme is perfect for the summer. And it was a fun challenge, since I’m much more inclined to black color schemes. I don’t own an infinite amount of white, so I tried to include neutral light beiges and grays when I didn’t have the correct […]
A scene in the movie Anniyan (Hindi Aparichit) has its protagonist explain how apathy is a crime that should be punished and nowhere has apathy caused more damage than the traffic situation in the country today. That traffic offenses are not even considered a crime and some aspects of violations are considered brave and manly […]
Saturday, 7/20/2019 At 5am I woke up and had a hard time going back to sleep from fretting about my painting. Where could it be? I finally got up at 5:30. Coffee. An hour later the paper comes. An hour later the dining room opens for breakfast. On my way down I decide to just […]
In 2012 we journeyed around the world. It was the culmination of years of preparation. We’d scrimped and saved, renovated and sold houses, downsized and donated roomfuls of stuff. The time was right.
Medicare for All”. Who can argue with that? No more struggles with medical care. No more worries about cost or insurance. You simply go to the doctor … and it’s free. Why SHOULD you have to worry about money? There are so many fallacies here. One you will hear little about in the coming presidential […]