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We salute the Grammy nomination of the late great Dave Van Ronk's final concert album:
". . . and the tin pan bended and the story ended . . ."
DVR Grammy CD
CONGRATULATIONS!
Watch the 47th Grammy's and look for DVR's Wife and Producer, Andrea Vuocolo Vanronk, and our beloved Christine Lavin [who helped edit it]
February 13, 2005 8PM on CBS.

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William Valdez is our Son-in-Law Extrodinaire.
You can support our troops via this site, and support William, personally, if you wish. His TFT ID is 1862195
Thank you!

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US Faces of the Fallen:
ĽUS Fatalities in Iraq

ĽUS Fatalities; "Operation Enduring Freedom"


Civilian casualties update
 
 
  Tuesday   May 22   2012

I highly recommend that you take the time to watch this discussion of Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Stephen Cobert. It is incredibly thought provoking and Neil speaks his truth in an easily accessible way.

It matters (all puns intended). Science has to be supported beyond an election cycle. Enjoy, peace:

PS You can also link to youtube here instead.

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  Tuesday   May 1   2012

As having gone to the University of Hartford Art School, I'm tickled and proud to know they were one of the 28 who pledged!!!

The President's Pledge: 28 College Presidents Commit Portion Of Salary To Fight Poverty

Twenty-eight U.S. college presidents are teaching on a global scale as they sign on to The President's Pledge Against Global Poverty. The pledge is a public commitment from current and former college presidents to donate 5 percent of their own salary to fight global poverty both nationally and internationally to organizations of their choice. Link herefor the pledge and list of presidents.

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"walk this way..." Igor [prnounced Eye-gore] from "Young Frankenstien" [pronounced Steen] -- there's more!