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David P. Kronmiller, Editor-In-Chief
Notes from the Jungle
Matthew Tullman, Current Events Editor
On current events.
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Tharuna Devchand Blogging from South Africa.
J Lampinen
Our resident comic strip, Congo & Steve
Joanna Lord
Blogging on life, art and spirituality.
Jeremy Olsen
Director of Development emeritus and occasional commentator.
Dan Rickabus
On things musical.
Nicky Schildkraut
On poetry.

Plus guest writers and past staff, including Zach Fehst, Amy Reynolds, Aaron Vaccaro, Jae Day, Sarah Jawaid, Scott Martin, and Bronson Picket.
July 28, 2010, at 10:33 am — Avocado Jungle Blogcast | Blogs

Joyce Chen – On poverty: the “haves” and “have nots”

The truth about poverty is that it is not somebody else’s problem. And in a city like New York, the cramped proximity between the “haves” and the “have nots” should make this clear. By Joyce Chen.Read by Jae Day

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July 28, 2010, at 10:32 am — Blogs / / / / / / /

On poverty: the “haves” and “have nots”

The truth about poverty is that it is not somebody else’s problem. And in a city like New York, the cramped proximity between the “haves” and the “have nots” should make this clear.

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July 26, 2010, at 4:31 pm — Blogs | Guest Blogs / / / / /

Guest blogger AMY REYNOLDS: Lessons learned from Those with Less

Exposure to a life you don’t want to live can teach you a little bit about yourself, and the world, if you let it happen.

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July 23, 2010, at 11:49 pm — Blogs / / / /

Poverty + U.S

I won’t speak for the entirety of the middle class, but I have found a certain outlook appears to rule the roost when it comes to the debates I have with friends who identify themselves with the middle class.

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July 23, 2010, at 12:07 pm — Arts and Culture | Audio | audio interview | Interviews | Music / / / / / / / / /

An interview with Dana Castaldo of Red Light Go

"Aldo Sings", photograph by Angela Richelle. From the Red Light Go recording session at PRS in Pasadena March 12, 2010.Dana “Aldo” Castaldo, the founder and the musical heart of Los Angeles rock band Red Light Go, talked to our music blogger Dan Rickabus about his music. And don’t miss his recent performance with his wife, Claudia, on Music In Our House!

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July 22, 2010, at 5:14 pm — Blogs / / / /

The New Success

The core values that comprise success itself are permissible only within a certain set of circumstances, which to an extent, limits their function within society, and debilitates the power of their capabilities in our lives.

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July 22, 2010, at 12:45 am — Blogs | debate | Writers' Debate / / / /

AVJ WRITERS’ DEBATE: Poverty and the Government

We post an assertion to be argued for or against, and ask all of our writers to come to the table for a good honest debate. Comments are now open to all readers. ASSERTION: Neither is it the government’s duty, nor is the government well-equipped, to make broad attempts to lift people out of poverty.

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July 21, 2010, at 11:48 pm — Blogs | Guest Blogs / / / / / / / / / /

Guest blogger AARON VACCARO: (Not so) Breaking News

If you think of the news as a cup of coffee, the untouched, robust mug of French Roast would be the real news, and the cream and sugar the celebrity drivel. Well, I think it’s time to go back to drinking black coffee. After all, who doesn’t want a little more hair on their chest?

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July 21, 2010, at 10:30 am — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / / / /

Just Jam!

Worrying about what art will be, before the art actually IS, can only hurt art. Just get it all out there, put all of your heart into something and if it sounds/looks/tastes/feels like mush, then its mush. However, the more we do it, the better it becomes. So, long story short, just jam!

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July 20, 2010, at 6:27 pm — Articles | Current Events / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Truth and The News

How many hours spent “watching the news”—in any of the various mediums and regardless of any political slant— would be necessary to understand the current events of the world? Perhaps with a supercomputer parsing the Internet and with the ability to simultaneously watch a set of international television stations could an individual come close to gaining an idea of all the notable events around the world during a single moment. But the answer cannot be quantified in this way—in fact there isn’t an answer. Even with this scenario, the individual may eventually succeed in becoming aware of the significant events globally, but the question is how much does the individual understand?

Mainstream media, to an extent, succeeds in the above endeavor each day—supercomputers scan the Internet and reporters search around the world. But in the up-to-the-minute onslaught of breaking news, the viewer is aware of every event while remaining very much oblivious to the surrounding circumstances of each. The data is devoid of context—the facts are often without historic or analytical details—and the individual is deprived of understanding.

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