The Terrorist’s Son

Text by K. Cecchini Eight years before 9/11, a 1,200 pound bomb exploded in the World Trade Center’s parking garage; it killed 6 people and injured over a thousand people. El-Sayyid Nosair was one of the attack’s architects. But this article is not about the terrorist. It is about a very different man – his son. WorldsContinue reading “The Terrorist’s Son”

Fading #Hashtags

Kimberly Cecchini #BringBackOurGirls was the rallying cry all over social media this past spring. Now? The girls have not been seen again, the perpetrators are onto even more heinous crimes and Twitter is onto #Seahawks and #BlueMonday. Boko Haram militants rang in 2015 by viciously attacking towns in northeastern Nigeria, including the densely populated municipalitiesContinue reading “Fading #Hashtags”

Shutter InkED:

We began a regular photo post series, “Shutter INK,” that prompts our readers to write a caption for our featured photos by prose or by verse. Since then, we have received only one comment on our second post- and it left something to be desired. I suppose I would call that missing element enlightenment. But,Continue reading “Shutter InkED:”