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Photo Journal: Memorial Day in The San Fernando Valley

Memorial Day in the San Fernando Valley: A Photo Journal This morning I decided to honor the fallen at Canoga Park’s Memorial Day Parade, an event described by the Canoga Park West Hills Chamber of Commerce as “Pure Fun.” I … Continue reading

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2,270 Miles and a Moleskine Notebook: My Trip West (Part VI) | by Jay Jasinski

The Grand Canyon: The Colorado River’s Magnum Opus Does this even count as non-fiction if I’m writing it more than a year later? Sure, my battered moleskine has notes, but what about the time between the notes? Stephen King writes … Continue reading

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3 Movies for the Holiday Weekend by Jay Jasinski

Free Movie Suggestions: 3 Movies for the Holiday Weekend “The balls roll funny for everybody, kiddo.” – Eddie Felson I’m happy to say I survived my camp trip and am safely home in the mild greens and blues of Michigan. … Continue reading

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Camping Playlist | by Jay Jasinski

┬áCamping Tunes “I feel His glory who could make a world, yet in the lost depth of the wilderness leave not a flower unfinished.” It took a while, but us L.A. boys finally planned a camping trip. We ship out … Continue reading

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2,270 Miles and a Moleskine Notebook: My Trip West (Part V) | ADL | by Jay Jasinski

A lot Can be Said From a Struggle Record breaking heat, farmers fighting frackers for whatever precious water is left, and carbon dioxide levels reach a dreaded apex. I guess April showers, or lack there of, really don’t bring May … Continue reading

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2,270 Miles and a Moleskine Notebook: My Trip West (Part IV) | ADL | by Jay Jasinski

Sometimes Everything Shakes in California Last night, March 17th, at precisely six-twenty in the A.M, I received my rudest awakening to date. Now, let me give this statement some context. My stock of rude awakenings spans the gamut. For example, … Continue reading

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My Letter to President Obama in Regards to the Keystone XL Pipeline | ADL | by Jay Jasinski

Dear President Obama, “Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.” Gary Snyder was a great mind. He asked us all, as Americans, to see ourselves as natives; to learn and respect the land we call home. I … Continue reading

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