My Christmas Eve

There are some stories that truly speak to the heart and retired Ohio State Trooper Bob Welsh’s touching poem, “My Christmas Eve”, is certainly one of them. With his permission, we had the honor of recreating his poem (original can be found here – Mr. Welsh’s poem represents our mission to provide the highest […]

The Waste Patrol

John Fraim 12/7 on the Community Neighborhood website. “Happy holidays to all. It would be a little happier if all of us were a little more considerate of our neighbors. One of the things this involves is cleaning up after your dog in our parks. Hope all have a Merry Christmas. Carl.” 12/9 on the […]

Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing

Legendary Cuban-American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval teams up with Prince Royce for an uplifting feel-good piece of music written by Stevie Wonder. While living in his native Cuba, Sandoval was influenced by jazz musicians Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown and Dizzy Gillespie. In 1977 he met Gillespie, who became his friend and mentor and helped him defect […]

The Medium and the Light

I’m honored to have my review of Marshall McLuhan’s The Medium & The Light published in New Explorations journal. The journal is a revival of Explorations: Studies in Culture and Communication, first created in 1953 by Marshall McLuhan and Ted Carpenter. New Explorations reaffirms and continues the theoretical perspectives of Explorations, which so profoundly influenced the Toronto School of Communication and […]