Tuesday, 24 April 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Love Valley 1970: Jamming with the Allman Brothers Band

Riding the South East Tour, Pt. I, with the Brian Faith Band

by Joel Anderson

July/Aug sp 2010 - Issue 28, Pg. 18/19: After Woodstock, there was The Love Valley Festival [July 16-18, 1970, N. Carolina]. Some say was more inspired by a wave from the West Coast; the best of those beautiful times of brotherly love and sharing, where you could thumb a ride anytime, but that time had piqued just a few years before in San Francisco. “The Vibe” was now reaching into the Deep South, and rock was here to stay! This Article (Short Link): http://bit.ly/2saSrJa

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Are You Wearing a Mask?

“Don’t Tell Me Who I am... Let me guess !”


by Peter Rudolf Milhado, Ph.D

Sept/Oct Sp 2011, VIEW 40: All of us wear masks at different times. For example, we are one way at work, different with our friends, still different with our lovers, children, mothers in law, etc. This Article: http://bit.ly/2keAGI6

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Tips from the Shut Up Guru

Dali Mama Sutras Final Guide for the Spiritually Challenged & Confused!

by Dvorahji (aka shutupguru) This Article: http://bit.ly/2kfs58J

Dec. 2011, VIEW Issue 42Well My little darlings, it's the New Year once again. Here are my new Spiritual Suggestions for good measure. Namaste.

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Sept. 2010: Wine And Roses - After Elections

Chelsea's High Dollar Wedding - $8.7 Billion Missing Money, State Department Dead silent on the Matter

by Rev. Ron Rowe

Sept. 2010, VIEW Issue 29: Sweet is the breath of morn, her rising sweet, With charm of earliest birds; pleasant the sun, John Milton wrote. This Article: http://bit.ly/2jmFXJE

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2010: The Russian Pen Pal


by Roslyn Hammer

May 2010, VIEW Issue 26: Holy good Lord, stop already!” my father yelled as he listened to me trying to appease my son. From the time my son was 6 months old I knew I was never going to get the mother of the year award. I had read all the baby books on the market before he was born and thought I had a handle on this new way of life called “motherhood.”

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77 Sunset Strip


by iKim Fahey

It’s nine PM. The vibration of the last group on stage at the Whisky A Go Go woke me up from a sound sleep. I pull off my shooting ear protectors, swing my legs off Elmer’s sofa in his upstairs office and chop some lines on the big, low, glass table in front of me covered with whisky bottles, shot glass’s, rolled up panties and pizza boxes. I have a busy night ahead. A power nap from right after work has me ready to go.

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