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Progressive Media, Music, Art and Events Blog Near near Salem, Oregon

Recently recently I’ve been making substantial changes in my life and how i’ve become more sensitive to the needs of others. Compassion in action emerges from a field of openness connection and discernment on how we have created relationships with people in our lives. Mistakes I have made a few but I’ve changed and I

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I’m reading a couple of books on dating. One book states: ” One should not close oneself to the possibility of your that your date may become your friend.” Another book, “A friend is sometimes a word devoid of meaning; enemy never.”

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Texted Message From my son Sean on 11/2/10 I love you Dad. I’m thankful for the ability to call you up and share things that are going on or spend time with you when I visit. Thank you for being there for me and thank you for being my Dad. Two months later my son [...]

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I knew when I bought the home It was there he had died. In a house with no furniture. He was a good man, a Reverend. Well liked. The house was a pleasant yellow. But now it is blue. His wife had left him. And also his children. The agent showed me the home. How [...]

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Salem is not what I would call a bastion of Bohemianism.  But it’s  art, music and culture scene has really picked up in the last couple of years. The the Culture Shock Community and The Salem Art Association are perfect examples of non profit event organizers that are making Salem a better place to live. [...]

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Some community events are just too good no not attend.  This is bound to be great of fun.

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Checks are not less appreciated, and can go farther when making cash donations. Although small contributions in cash are convenient there are really alot of reasons why its better to write a check to a non-profit organization than give cash.  The largest reason to write a check one is direct accountability. It decreases te

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I’ve called  Comcast several times to turn my television service off. Each time they fail to, forget to, are apologetic, and “take it off this month’s bill,” and then fail to turn it off again. This is just a big game. Whats going on is Clear. (Yep, their competitor is new in town.) They are loosing

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Senator Al Franken calls hogwash on Senator John Tune this week on CSPAN. Essentially, John Thune misrepresented the truth, (lied). Al Franken was purely diplomatic in not calling them lies, but said, “We are not entitled to our own facts.”  See it live here on CSPAN: The great thing here is Al Franken is kind

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While Obama is doing he can to stimulate the economy  a social phenomenon in Salem, Oregon  called the Culture Shock Community Project has it’s own stimulus package designed to bring people together affordability . Today the pumpkin carving event was enjoyed by everyone, at the Willamette Art Center on Oregon State

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I don’t agree with Portland model for not investing in Portland housing markets in this article. The reasons why: Portland is retaining it’s value is because it is a city that is on the cutting edge of being a green city, heavy investment in public transportation and really does have more water friendly weather

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I can’t help but laught at this every time.  Tim Conway keeps such a straight face, and Harvey Korman can’t keep from laughing during this Carol Burnett Show ad lib;

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A recent study shows that playing he Digeridoo helps those with sleep apnea. See article In 2008 a couple of Brazilian college students made a study about “The use of Didgeridoo for  people with anxiety”. They study stated that the instrument (didgeridoo) can lower a person´s anxiety by practicing it 20 minute

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Don Sellway  has been a barber for forty years.  For 16 of them he’s had a barber shop in the rural community of Silverton, Oregon at 201 Oak Street. “If I believe the customer is on rough times,”said Sellway, “on fixed income or out of work, the price is 7 dollars. It’s as simple as that. [.

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The Ninth Annual Oregon’s Best Showpig Sale was featured at the Polk Country Fairgrounds this Saturday. The Wendte Farm among others, brought in 64 of 150 head of pigs to Rickreall this year. In a morning seminar Mike Wendte explained how to pick a good pig, and to value each one according to it’s health. Wendte

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In Salem, Oregon you may not know the Governor, the mayor, or your local school principle. But chances good you recognize Tommylyn Waller. Tommylyn is paid  to dance and rocks out on the corner of Lancaster and Silverton Road 4 days a week, rain or snow, sleet or shine.”  The sign she sways back and forth is [...]

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Checkout sidewalk chalk guy.  Not your average sidewalk art.

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This guy walks by my booth yelling, “The Capital Press…the main reason I go to the Colusa Farm Show.” I laughed, and asked if I could quote him on that. He said, “yes.” Then I said…”Can I get your name?” “Yes.” And your photo?  He grabbed a copy held it, and I too

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They look to the past. They are looking to the days of Reagan. They forget to remember past failures of Reaganomics. They don’t want change. They revere the Condiliza Rice and want her back again…although they forget she was just a puppet for the Bush administrations failed policies. Often times they are people

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I was quite troubled last night, need to talk to a friend. Without choice a Shaman got in my face. He told me like it is. After he talked to me for 20 minutes, without askng questions he said. That’s $20.00 for counseling, as a joke. The thing was, he was right on everything he said. Not [...]

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Somehow, although I wrote this a couple of days ago. Little did I know how prophetic it might be. This is sung to a standard 12 bar blues. The highest percentage of blue songs always start, “I woke up this morning.” I think that is hilarious. So mine does too: I woke up [...]

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