You have probably seen America’s new proposed federal budget for 2018 in the news over the last few days. Wherein budget director Mick Mulvaney asserts that programs like school lunches and Meals on Wheels don’t show any “results.” Because, apparently, Continue reading The GOP’s proposed new budget vs. arts and humanitarian spending
Writers. Artists. Actors. Self-employed entrepreneurs who create creative products, or have a hand in creating creative products, for a fickle public. Independent working creatives all have dreams of self-sufficiency, but many work day jobs or freelance to support themselves while Continue reading Success as a Working Creative
Something a little different for What to Watch: Lakay is a documentary that takes place in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It tells the story of two Haitian-American brothers, Tirf Alexius and Remoh Romeo, who return to Haiti Continue reading What to Watch: “Lakay” coming soon to cinemas!