Remember those days where your imagination was populated by army men posing as villagers, frogs waited to destroy your sleepy village, and some elbow grease was used to bring it all together? And it all took place outside…in a galaxy far, far away.
Archives for November 2014
My heart skipped a beat and I suddenly remembered our dreams and knew right then and there, my Mother was up in Heaven driving a brand new bright blue Mercedes.
Life is an art form. And art is life. It may sound like a lame platitude, but it is true, no? We are the authors of our own lives. Perhaps it can be said that we paint on a canvas of circumstances and conditions that shapes our characters, our destinies. Art is life. The […]
Krikor Agopian was born in Beyrouth, Lebanon in 1942 and presently resides in Montreal, with yearly travels to Beyrouth and other cities. Krikor has participated in many programs on radio and television channels in North America, Asia and Europe. His works have been reproduced in several arts magazines. His paintings are exhibited in museums and in private collections all over the world.
Golf legend Greg Norman, aka The Shark, is among the visionaries helping Vietnam achieve and exceed its goals in the travel arena, designing its newest world-class 18 hole challenge, The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip Golf Course.
There were a series of other miracles that now lie behind me, and here are a few of them.
The white wolf is considered a spiritual messenger of the earth. The wolf itself is a symbol of loyalty, faithfulness, honesty and fighting injustice.There are many transitions happening in our world today, or during the past 3 years. The concept of white animals, insects and birds are all symbols of the transition of a higher […]
Most people are chained to a desk or at least a physical building, for 8 to 10 hours a day. But, there’s a small subsection of society that’s nomadic – telecommuting to work. They travel and work from anywhere and everywhere. What’s life like for these people?
My introduction to winter in British Columbia’s Wells Gray Provincial Park came a few decades ago under the leadership of a masochistic group of hikers from the Kamloops Outdoor Club. We left Kamloops long before the crack of dawn and drove the 120 kilometres to Clearwater and a coffee stop.
Live streaming this Friday at 7:30 NS (Atlantic), Life As A Human features two-time JUNO Award winning folk musician – the troubadour with a banjo – Old Man Luedecke. See this master songwriter in the tradition of the great folk artists like Woody Guthrie in the most intimate of settings, a “house concert” in a small town Shelburne Nova Scotia recording studio, HarbourTone Productions.