Where’s Pablo? The Life of a Traveler Part One – Veracruz, Mexico

September 20, 2013

I now live a nomadic lifestyle. I travel from city to city finding odd jobs to work as I please. At the moment this includes lounging around at a hostel interacting with travelers from the different corners of the globe. Here in a week I’ll be house sitting and taking care of a Great Dane in a lonely house on some acreage near the jungle.

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Local Artist Profile: Carl Unruh – Capturing the Emotion

Carl graduated from Lesley University with his masters in Psychology and just recently moved to Greeley after working at a behavioral health institute for many years. He also has worked at North Range Behavioral Health here in northern Colorado. Being a psychologist it is no surprise that he has the eye for catching individuals in his photography at just the right emotional moment.

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Album Review: Nine Inch Nails – “Hesitation Marks”

September 18, 2013

Reznor’s music was always so full of hatred, solipsism and self-loathing, I’m pretty sure everyone thought he was going to kill himself. Between his anger and past drug addictions, I think everyone is just surprised that he now has a supermodel wife, two kids and is a well-respected soundtrack composer (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network).

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Review: The To Do List

September 17, 2013

Taking place in 1993, the movie revolves around Brandy Klark, played by Parks and Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza. Unlike her past roles where she was a malcontent or snarking hipster, Plaza’s Brandy is a tightly-wound nerd who has dominated all her classes and extracurricular activities, graduating top of her high school class.

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Review: Jobs

Although the role for Steve Jobs is played by the unexpected Ashton Kutcher, who’s most memorable from “That 70’s Show” as playing the notoriously unintelligent role of Kelso, he puts on a remarkable performance that’s captivating, and wistful.

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This is How the World Ends

September 16, 2013

You never really believe you’re going to wake up one morning and find that the world you knew is gone. Sometimes you wonder, “Is this it?” when you read about the latest natural disaster that is worse than any before recorded, another rogue nation and its uranium enrichment, or the latest plunge of an economy.

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