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?
Text & Photos by K. Cecchini If going down the shore is a rite of passage in New Jersey, then owning a piece of it is a dream. So how do you convince homeowners to return their seaside fantasy to Mother Nature before she sends the repo man? Hurricane Sandy was the most devastating storm … More Stronger Than the Ocean?
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
Since I was 15 years old, I have wanted to see California. A couple of decades later, I am flying back east after my first vacation to the Golden State. My husband and I spent about three days in the San Diego area. For the most part, it’s fantastic. Of course, there are reminders of … More San Diego by Foot
Interview by K. Cecchini @tonightatdawn I happened upon singer and pianist Lydia René during my first visit at a more unusual venue. Hosted by Ghana Hylton, the Adinkra House in Montclair, NJ is an invite-only, intimate performance space nestled in Hylton’s home. Although, I am sure René’s voice can fill a much larger venue, she … More Words with Musician Lydia René
Text by K. Cecchini/Production Stills and Series Image Courtesy of Think Ten Media Group After spending a total of 18 months in solitary confinement during multiple prison stays, William Brown – who has been a free man for five years – willingly reentered the ‘hole’ last summer. This time, though, he went in with cameras. … More In the ‘Hole’: On Screen & Off
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Written by Joe Kralovich (@KralTunes) “Sometimes, I’m a pretty lucky dude.” Music virtuoso Jason Achilles Mezilis has every right to consider himself lucky, ‘fore over the span of his decade plus career, not only has he played with some of the greatest musicians of the modern era, but he has also run and operated his own boutique analog recording … More Owl Guitarist Jason Mezilis Talks About New Album Thing’s You Can’t See
Remember the diaper-wearing astronaut that drove hours to confront her lover? The story got me wondering, not about the sordid love triangle, but about her diaper. As we know, the job requirements of an astronaut can preclude them from taking a bathroom break. To deal with this conundrum, they wear Maximum Absorption Garments, or adult … More Dr. Nina’s What You Need To Know About Public Restroom Sanitation
Interview written and conducted by @KralTunes While the notion of forming a band, cranking out some songs, touring the world, and making millions has invaded the dreams of literally every teenager in existence, seeing those dreams come to fruition can be quite the oddity (you could say it about as rare as cool songs about mythological Krakens and … More Artist Spotlight: Surfin’ Mutants Pizza Party