Parade of Lights release “Tidal Waves”
Jan21

Parade of Lights release “Tidal Waves”

Traditionally, Parade of Lights’ music begs to be played in the car — loudly, with the windows down, preferably on a highway with the wind in your hair, and on repeat. Their latest track is no different.  The Los Angeles quartet of Ryan Daly (lead vocals/guitar), Anthony Improgo (drums), Randy Schulte (bass/backing vocals), and Michelle Ashley (keys/backing vocals) has just released another fist-pumping anthem called “Tidal Waves”....

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FOURTHOUGHT #32 | Noprah
Jan15

FOURTHOUGHT #32 | Noprah

What’s with the Salvadorian uproar and was it fair for the Trump administration to send them back? Our panel is conflicted as energies run high on this fine evening. Ray Cotolo gets profound. Everyone wonders who would want Charles Manson’s body. Meanwhile President Oprah Winfrey was not as popular with the group as Artist D thought! SUBSCRIBE to the Fourculture Channel and LIKE the show! The hosts of FOURTHOUGHT...

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FOURTHOUGHT # 30 | Festive Fetus
Dec31

FOURTHOUGHT # 30 | Festive Fetus

Tonight the Fourthought round table is joined by a special guest co-host, The Diva. Our panel investigates pregnancy in the 21st century and unearths many interesting facts from our non-millennial millennial guest. Psychic links with the unborn, politically correct gender X’ing, and … why keep it? Oh Jesus, what were they thinking!? We think this baby is going to be fabulous! Tune in to find out more. SUBSCRIBE to the...

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WHAT I THINK ABOUT WHEN I STARE AT MY PHONE
Dec28

WHAT I THINK ABOUT WHEN I STARE AT MY PHONE

THE DARK, DARK CITY my purse is full of secrets i want to kiss you, but not near the subway entrance my fingertips press hard red the sides of your plastic glasses google heart attack symptoms my eyelids never open no, i don’t think fugitives don’t need to see at night. * THE FIRST GHOST the first ghost was an old lover, made the house smell like whisky & kiehl’s oil left the phone off the hook said, “i’m sorry,” to me in the...

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2017
Dec27

2017

Some weeks ago, at an art people’s dinner, an older man told me that our socio-political situation is bad these days, but certainly not nearly as bad as in the 40s. I am not sure people from Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Afghanistan, Palestine, etc. would agree. While we were having a lovely dinner, fellow human beings were being put to death en mass so we Westerners can keep our fantasy of a free world alive, and keep our consumption...

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ROCKET SCIENCE: Filling the Cauldron of Sorrow to the Brim

Somewhere along the line, everything fell apart. As the New Year approaches I can only recant any and all of the fake creeds that were supposed to keep me sound, sane and hopeful. It’s a sad time, though it is a man-made distinction of time itself, when a year ends. Notions from my youth suggested looking upon a coming calendar year with urge and optimism, celebrating its arrival while bidding a decent farewell to the year gone by....

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