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Art is in the eye of the beholder and the passion thereof time and limitless. The same can be said about Brad Twaddle’s immeasurable energy and passion for Dancing and the Arts.

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Be Here Not

Jerry Sander has been counseling young adults and their families for more than three decades. As a former high school counselor, and currently a psychotherapist in private practice, he’s seen and heard a lot of things.  Over the years, he’s observed how the introduction of laptops, tablets, and cellphones—and more recently, smartphones—have impacted the lives of his students and clients.  Jerry has been sounding the alarm of the darker aspects of embracing some of the latest technologies.


Love Beyond Borders

Barbara Lloyd McMichael writes about “Love Beyond Borders,” a program performed by the Seattle Men’s Chorus that is slated for March 20-21 in downtown Seattle. The theme of “Love Beyond Borders” explores Seattle’s unique place in the world as a sanctuary for LGBTQ individuals who grew up in Muslim nations. In the Middle East, assaults, executions, and honor killings of LGBTQ people are very real threats.  Michael Failla, a retired chiropractor, has been working to help LGBTQ individuals by forming an underground railway to help LGBTQ individuals to escape to safety


The Connector February 2020

With the 2020 presidential election right around the corner, we have increased the number of articles about politics on our news portal. However, our magazine’s feature articles will continue to explore the lives of people who are making an extraordinary contribution to our world in spite of politics.  This month, Barbara Lloyd McMichael writes about “Love Beyond Borders,” a program performed by the Seattle Men’s Chorus that is slated for March 20-21 in downtown Seattle.

 

 


Books On Fire

Totalitarian regimes often target books as a threat to their ability to maintain control over the masses. Could the Nazi book burnings of 1933 happen in America? Take a look around, libraries have already begun to ban and banish books. Books on Fire connects the dots by showing us how recent incidents involving public libraries could signal the beginning of a dangerous trend.


Artist Mira Lehr is Confronting Climate Armageddon

“The time to act is now. We must start referring to this perilous issue as what it really is: Climate Armageddon,” says Mira Lehr. 

At the age of 85 and with a career that spans six decades, Lehr is creating more new art now than at any other point in her life - with a heightened sense of urgency.