Of course there are times when we feel completely fucked up, and completely incapable of making it through one more day. That’s when the gloves are off, and our raw selves become exposed; moments of complete vulnerability and anguish. Bu these give way to our deepest moments of connection, if we just use that energy to reach out. Continue reading
There are already countless ways to lose your rent money around here … Continue reading
2013 was a great year for comics, conventions, community and Kickstarter commerce. Earth Prime Time turns two years old, so here’s the top ten interview list for the year. Wednesday habits like visiting your local comic store may do well to add a break to your week, so thanks for visiting me here every Wednesday! Continue reading
Actress Claudia Christian (Babylon 5, The Hidden, Clean and Sober) joins us to talk about her tell-all book about Hollywood, a new way of coping with an alcohol addiction, and more in Babylon Confidential: A Memoir of Love, Sex, and Addiction. Part two of our unabridged interview deals with her discovery of The Sinclair Method to treat alcoholism as well as her upcoming projects. (Part 1 HERE)
Actress Claudia Christian (Babylon 5, The Hidden, Clean and Sober) joins us to talk about her tell-all book about Hollywood, a new way of coping with an alcohol addiction, and more in Babylon Confidential: A Memoir of Love, Sex, and Addiction. Part one of our interview deals with her illustrious start in Hollywood and inspiring people as Commander Susan Ivanova in Babylon 5.
Wondering why your doctor at Mass General or Brigham and Women’s won’t write you a medical marijuana recommendation?
who recently opined that the Boston Marathon bombing might have been partially caused by marijuana withdrawal.
“The Lost Voices of Boston symbolizes the perceived notion that poetry is a dying art when, in reality, Boston has such a rich talent pool. I wanted to give a platform for people to have their voice heard, as well as have an 18-plus event with an open mic, because the majority of venues are 21-plus, cutting out some of the younger poets.” Continue reading