Monthly Archives: September 2007

"Mixing" It Up

I had to share a great email from addicted2crowes, a Black Crowes fanatic. First, some background. Here in South Florida, City Link, formerly XS Magazine, a great news, arts & entertainment weekly for 16 years, has been systematically gutted over … Continue reading

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Diamonds in the Rough – Quotations from Papa Smurf

Who needs fancy platitudes? Here’s the first in an on-going series of life observations by my whack friend Rusty Diamond, or, as we who faced Class VI whitewater with him and survived call him – Papa Smurf. “At any given … Continue reading

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Channeling Chavez

While researching hunger issues in the Rio Grandé valley, where I did volunteer work in the migrant camps, or “Colonias” (a Spanish term for neighborhood or community) several years ago, I came across a writing by César Chavez, which I … Continue reading

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Into the fire – Ending Childhood Hunger

So I’m back in the fight, having survived personal tragedies and challenges over the past 18 months that I could have never imagined. Now it’s time to sell myself, and my cause. All the usual career-speak applies: I’m passionate, committed, … Continue reading

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Networking for Good

OK, I’m hooked. I’ve never been a fan of those “update your contact information” programs, but I am totally taken with LinkedIn. LinkedIn is an online network of more than 14 million people from around the world, representing 150 industries. … Continue reading

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