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GUEST BLOG: Georgia Mackie on life as a mum of two boys

Georgia Mackie is a local mum of two gorgeous boys Freddy and Louie. Her and husband Andrew had the two boys in quick succession, and here Georgia shares her experience with being a busy mum of two. 

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Guest Spot: Jeff Fuller "Shoot The Shit: Art is making the mundane look beautiful."

Lately, I’ve been getting asked “how do I start shooting photography”? Whether someone is battling a dead end 9-5, still in school, or just not sure where to start, I hear this question quite a bit. 157 more words

Photography

Senator William “Bill” Soules: Let’s Grow Our Local Distillery and Restaurant Economies

The State Legislature had a promising opportunity to create thousands of new jobs and to help hundreds of small businesses grow and expand across our state this week, but unfortunately that opportunity was extinguished at a committee hearing.    369 more words

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Inspiring Young Writers with Skype in the Classroom

In this week’s guest blog from Skype in the Classroom, we learn about the wild imagination with writer, ‘Zookeeper,’ and former teacher, Paul Hutson.

As a former school teacher, I’ve always been a big advocate of project based learning. 539 more words

Skype In The Classroom

Guest Blog: Pru Maltby, guest curator at the Young Gallery, talks about how Robin Tanner's drawings inspired The Plant Project

The Plant Project:

A modest rather tatty notebook caught my attention during a commission call-out event for artists and curators to work with the collection held at the… 638 more words

Visual Arts

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By P.A.Thompson

I have no original thoughts today, so I’m stealing a post written almost three and a half years ago by my friend Doyle McKim. 274 more words

Writing Struggles

Reflections on a “Back-to-Back” Caribbean cruise aboard the Celebrity Reflection

The concept of “Back-to-Back” cruising is not new. Perhaps a well-kept secret that is enjoyed by a small but growing number of frequent cruisers who have discovered the joy of leaving their cabin for a few hours, going through customs, and returning for another week (or several weeks) of cruising enjoyment. 575 more words

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