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My Interview with The Penmen Review on Playwriting

My Interview with The Penmen Review on Playwriting

The Penmen Profile: SNHU Chats with Award-winning Playwright Raegan Payne (Originally published November 7th on The Penmen Review) by Pamme Boutselis An award-winning, published playwright, Raegan Payne’s work is regularly in production. She is also an actress and strident volunteer. Her efforts ...

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Volunteer Journal #97 – Angel’s Flight

Volunteer Journal #97 – Angel’s Flight

On Wednesday night, after a long day at work, I found myself staring over a hand of Uno cards at a runaway teen. I had come to Angel’s Flight near downtown LA to spend the night playing games. I ended ...

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Volunteer Journal #94 – WriteGirl

Volunteer Journal #94 – WriteGirl

There was a time when female writers were discriminated against and forced to change their names to George Eliot. Unfortunately, that time is now.  Women are still the underdog in the writing world. For example, between 2010 and 2012 in ...

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Volunteer Journal #74 – Vittana.org

Volunteer Journal #74 – Vittana.org

Dear Readers, I am super excited to introduce you to the awesomeness that is Vittana.org. – A micro-lending site for student loans. My love of Kiva is well publicized, as it is one of the easiest and safest ways to ...

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America’s Fat Threatens The World

America’s Fat Threatens The World

Yet another report confirms what most of the world suspected – Americans’ fat bottoms will be the eventual downfall of humanity. More precisely, if the rest of the world follows the American trend towards fatter bottoms then environmental degradation due ...

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Biomass Energy: What is It ?

Biomass Energy: What is It ?

What is biomass energy? It’s not fossil fuel energy, so if you’re a good student of alternative fuel sources you should know about this low-tech energy option. I say low-tech because as long as people have been lighting fires they’ve ...

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