Monthly Archives: August 2012

Bohemia in Charleston

Bohemia is a necessary ingredient to the sanity of any city.  It has always existed, on the fringe of every society, as a counterbalance to the all too prevalent plague of corporate plasticity.  It’s an oasis;  an escape from the … Continue reading

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Manufactured Narratives

Recently the New York Times published a piece that admitted something astonishing.  Something that contradicts everything journalism is supposed to represent.  As one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most read publications, that millions of people rely on for their … Continue reading

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