Author Archives: Charley Carlin

Zanskar Girls School – Preserving Tibetan Culture

The Zanskar Girls School Project seeks to educate young women and preserve Tibetan Culture. Located in North Eastern India in the State of Kargil, near Tibet,  are some remnants of Tibetan Culture. The Zanskar Valley, which is isolated during five … Continue reading

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Film Festival Coming March 2018

The 2018 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival is back. The Film Festival has been delivering a cornucopia of films from around the country and the world since 1993. The mission of the Film Festival is simple: To entertain, educate … Continue reading

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Netflix Favorites and Amazon Prime

Netflix Favorites – We all have some and with so many choices we all need to help each other. We have begun this list for exactly that purpose. Not to be inclusive of everything in the universe, just the current … Continue reading

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WEBTV Winners and Nominees

The International Academy of WebTV hosts an award event every year. The mission statement of the academy is pretty broad, and basically supports the growth of digital online entertainment. As we all know this field is growing at a fantastic … Continue reading

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Assassination threats against Barack Obama

Well I was digging around the web the other day and was studying my US history, particularly Assassination threats against Barack Obama, when I came across this information. Eye opening and interesting, I wonder why this was glanced over or … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Yellow

Journalism and reporting takes on many shades of yellow. Even when telling stories around the campfire, some can spin better yarns than others. The competition to create a darker and darker story seems endless. Many think they are ‘telling the … Continue reading

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Mary Alice Mankins

Mary Alice Smith Mankins of Halcyon, California, died peacefully at home on November 14, 2015, of natural causes. She was 91. Born in November 1923 to Frank and Florence Smith of Marquette, Michigan, Mary Alice lived a vibrant and full … Continue reading

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The Curious Condors of Navajo Bridge

On a beautiful warm August afternoon we had been admiring the southern part of the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Such a beautiful display of colors. It was a feast for the eyes and the imagination. Luckily the road was open, … Continue reading

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Beware – Microsoft Calling Scam

There have been continuing reports concerning this problem, so please Beware! Beware of the Scam Calls that come in telling you that they are from Microsoft and your computer is either infected, or about to crash. These people have crafted … Continue reading

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Brocolli Salad

[print_link] This dish is a constant favorite at our house.  Again and again the platter returns empty. So lets get to It! This one you can make in the morning and chill for dinner. It’s quick (after you get the water boiling) … Continue reading

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