We are kicking Tonight at Dawn into gear, a bit, for now. Photo by K. Cecchini, Woman’s March, NYC, January 2017
Looking to tell a good scary story? Check out my article with advice from expert storytellers here. Photograph of Reformed Church in Montclair, NJ as referenced in the article. The church is now occupied by a different Christian denomination.
Photos by K. Cecchini Photos by K. Cecchini It’s been almost a year since the People’s Climate March. Have more people become more aware and active on environmental issues?
This post was originally published on MissCareerLess; an awesomely honest online magazine featuring ‘Women Who Change, Dare to Change and Dare the Change.’ Because everybody has a story to share! Text by K. Cecchini I have been Kimberly Cecchini for 36 years. Since my birth, in fact. And, perhaps, until my death. According to a … More THE GREAT NAME CHANGE DEBATE: MISS OR MRS AND OTHER TROUBLES OF WOMANKIND
View K. Cecchini’s article on local performance of the musical, “1776,” here. Photographs from the Montclair July 4th parade by K. Cecchini
Mike Huckabee responded to the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage with this gem; he said, “The Supreme Court can no more repeal the laws of nature and nature’s God on marriage than it can the law of gravity.” Whether you believe in a creator or not, it is fantastical to equate the laws of physics with an institution … More Editorial: #Love&Marriage
When it appears that our world is in disarray because of differences—religion, culture, race, gender—it’s reassuring to find common ground. Although it may be considered inappropriate etiquette to discuss, we have a shared human experience, known as flatulence. Passing gas is natural and can make us smile, laugh, wince, and possibly cry. But more importantly, … More Dr. Nina’s What You Need To Know About Flatulence
Here’s a quick algebra lesson: C x T = P (Concentration multiplied by Time equals Progress). If concentration is decreased, more time will be needed to achieve progress. Just do the math. In this equation there is also an unknown, or X factor, that comes into play. And no, I am not referring to Simon … More Dr. Nina’s What You Need To Know About Concentration
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