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SHORT PEOPLE? @RCdeWinter


It's official...here I am on Huff Post listed among the finalists for a Shorty Award (Best of Social Media) in art. Scroll down to see all the finalists in all the categories. Wish me luck!
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The Shorty Awards honor the best people and organizations producing real-time short content across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, and Foursquare. Shorty Awards Supervising Producer Natan Edelberg...

Feb 27, 2013

The Nation's Top 5 Stories



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Did a Contribution to Obama's Inaugural Win a Crucial Nuclear Loan Guarantee?
George Zornick
Feb 26, 2013 - 12:47 PM ET
A major utility gave the president 0,000 and shortly thereafter got some great news—what's going on?
What Is Alabama's Problem With the Voting Rights Act?
Voting Rights Watch
Feb 26, 2013 - 11:20 AM ET
The Supreme Court will hear arguments this week in a case that could gut the historic law. To understand where this is going, it's crucial to know how we got here.
Handcuffing 7-Year-Olds Won't Make Schools Safer
Chase Madar
Feb 26, 2013 - 10:43 AM ET
After Newtown, policy-makers are making schools more like prisons—at the expense of those they should be protecting.
The Human Costs of Sequester
Katrina vanden Heuvel
Feb 26, 2013 - 10:41 AM ET
Rather than obsessing over a deficit boogie man, we should be putting financially battered Americans back to work.
You Wearing Your Hoodie Today?
Aura Bogado
Feb 26, 2013 - 08:14 AM ET
Trayvon Martin's death is important because it illustrates that race continues to mark the difference between life and death. 
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JOYCE'S CHOICES



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IN LIKE A LION (02/28/2013)

Posted: 27 Feb 2013 10:00 AM PST



It's almost Spring, days are longer, snow is melting and new books are launching.

Here's some quick picks and brief blurbs...


Middle C by William H. Gass   (03/12)
This long awaited novel moves from Austria to Ohio.."a mosaic of life"..hidden identity, suspense, engaging...beautifully written...

The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout (03/26)
Two protagonists are brought together..long standing tensions emerge, brilliant storytelling, great characters (What do you expect from a Pulitzer Prize winning author?)

 A Thousand Pardons by Jonathan Dee (03/12)
Marriage and careers at an impasse...well drawn characters, simplistic but very readable..quick, entertaining read.



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THE SEVENTH CIRCLE (of @RCdeWinter)

RC deWinter shared a post with you.  -  2:41 PM



RC deWinter

2:41 PM  -  Public
The Seventh Circle

A hot red mist, acrid with the scent of blood
and carrying anguished voices crying in the night,
envelops you as you cross the threshold
to go downdowndown that long and terrible staircase.
 You cannot see him but you know that somewhere,
hidden in the gloom, lurks the Minotaur,
impassive and mute, ready to roughly
shove you along if you try to turn back.

The floor, covered in red and lions of gold,
singes the soles of your bare feet
while the accoutrements of your transgressions –
guns and ropes of bullets strung likes deadly pearls,
swords and pikes and knives and wicked pointed stars –
clank and groan as they smash against each other
and your body in a metallic chorus of death
with every step descended.

You are condemned, again and again,
to this baptism of fire and blood.
The river awaiting blazes with a fire that heats
but never boils away the scarlet liquid life
that will caress your skin up to the eyebrows;
and should you try to rise, to lift your face from the furious tide,
a legion of centaurs armed with the arrows of hell
will loose a volley that will keep you in your place.

You recognize your brothers in arms,
sadists and torturers, murderers all, in this red river,
but no one speaks or offers any gesture of comradeship.
You stoic solitary souls suffer your retribution in silence.
This is no one’s condemnation but your own;
it is, you think, what you have earned, what you deserve;
and no one – no judge, no jury, no god –
put you in this place but you.
© 2013 RC deWinter ~ All Rights Reserved

Feb 25, 2013

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The Sports Interview Non-Sports Fans Have to Read: My Talk With NBA Player Royce White
Dave Zirin
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:29 AM ET
Royce White is a National Basketball Association first round draft pick, an advocate for player's mental health and, much to the NBA's chagrin, a lucid critic of capitalism.
The Hidden History of Water Torture
Nick Turse
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:20 AM ET
What does it mean when torture, already the definition of "cruel," becomes usual?
Politics and Oscar Night
Rick Perlstein
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:08 AM ET
The Academy Awards this year were supposed to be "political." A reminder of a time when that word really meant something.
The Weird Blend of Apolitical Denial and Shameless Propaganda at the Oscars
Allison Kilkenny
Feb 25, 2013 - 09:43 AM ET
This year's Oscars swung the pendulum from strangely apolitical to peddled propaganda.
More Than the Sequester Clock Is Ticking
Leslie Savan
Feb 22, 2013 - 17:31 PM ET
Groupthink has misled us to belive that austerity will bring economic growth. What suggestion will finally alert us to the ticking of so many other issues that we've blocked out?
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Radio Free Gunslinger #38: Dubuque

 
 

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Your host for this edition of Radio Free Gunslinger, entitled 'Dubuque,' is James Baldwin

The Content

First Sequence:
The Dutch Jazz Orchestra - Lush Life
Billy Strayhorn - Something to Live For
Art Tatum - Just a-Sittin' and a-Rockin'
The Vince Guaraldi Trio - A Flower is a Lovesome Thing
Chico Hamilton - Day Dream

Second Sequence:
The Gil Evans Orchestra - Straight, No Chaser
The Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio - Ask Me Now
Fred Hersch - Evidence
Davey Graham - Blue Monk
The ICP Orchestra - Epistrophy

Third Sequence:
Ron Carter, Christian McBride & Don Byron - Solitude
Charles Mingus - Things Ain't What They Used to Be
Johnny Hodges - Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Thelonious Monk - Black and Tan Fantasy
Dizzy Gillespie - Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me

Fourth Sequence:
Alexis Korner' s Blues Incorporated – Haitian Fight Song
Hal Willner - Open Letter to Duke
The String Trio of New York - Pithecanthropus Erectus
Jack Walrath - Jump Monk (live)
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra - The Clown (live)

Summation:
The Jazz Composer's Orchestra - Roast

 
 

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