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The Avocado Jungle is a source for current events, politics, arts and culture on the web. Editor In Chief David P. Kronmiller, along with a talented staff and guests, bring you news, commentary, analysis, interviews, humor, music, art and more. Our deeper mission is to seek truth in understanding, offering current events, arts and culture as paths to that understanding. We value and promote creative thought, intelligent dialogue, elevated debate, and informed action. If you see something that interests you on the site, please take the time to leave a thoughtful comment. Thanks for visiting.

Jungle Writers

David P. Kronmiller, Editor-In-Chief
Notes from the Jungle
Matthew Tullman, Current Events Editor
On current events.
Joyce Chen Blogging from New York.
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.
May 12, 2010, at 3:17 pm — Blogs / / /

On art: brace for impact

Fashion is an art form. Photography is an art form. Architecture is an art form. How our society is feeling during a given time period and how we feel about certain issues is reflected in so many different artistic expressions throughout our everyday lives that it almost becomes unnoticeable. But it’s still such a huge part of how we frame our current state of mind.

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April 14, 2010, at 6:17 pm — Art | Arts and Culture | Music | Photography / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Photography: Angela Richelle shoots Red Light Go

"Aldo Sings", photograph by Angela Richelle. From the Red Light Go recording session at PRS in Pasadena March 12, 2010.

Last month, Dana Castaldo, aka Aldo—guitarist, lead singer, and creator of rock band Red Light Go—brought one of his songs to the recording studio for a collaborative recording session exclusively for the Avocado Jungle. I took some shots of the occasion.

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April 7, 2010, at 9:24 am — Blogs / / / / / / / /

Thoughts on Compassionate Eating

In the month of March, I decided to be more conscious of the food I put in my body, in hopes of changing my habit of eating processized and otherwise unhealthy foods. I used Facebook as an outlet to hold myself accountable to eating better by publicly announcing my Compassionate Food: Photo Blog for 30 days.

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March 31, 2010, at 1:06 pm — Audio | audio podcast | Blogs / / / / / /

Social Networking helps Societal Progress

For those of us interested in demanding a higher consciousness of society, progression and social justice, the idea of finding a few passionate people on our side seems much less overwhelming than finding scores. Social networking can be a tool used to find these people. Podcast available.

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March 25, 2010, at 1:42 pm — Art | Arts and Culture | Photography / / / /

Photography: “Let’s blow this popsicle stand…” by Angela Richelle

Let's blow this popsicle stand... On our recent theme of friendship, here’s a photo from the first ever Avocado Jungle Artist In Residence, Angela Richelle, entitled, “Let’s blow this popsicle stand…”

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March 3, 2010, at 8:50 am — Blogs / /

Artist In Residence: Angela Richelle

Just a quick note on something special that’s happening these next few months on the Avocado Jungle. We have the pleasure and honor of having a very talented photographer as our first ever Artist In Residence. Angela Richelle is a photographer, working professional and mother living in Southern California. We’ll have more soon, perhaps even an interview of a decent length. For now I’d like to encourage everyone to see her first work as our Artist In Residence, a chills-inducing shot of her own divorce papers–and a very candid and moving bit of writing to go with it. The photo is entitled, “Dissolution of Marriage.”

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March 1, 2010, at 8:06 pm — Art | Arts and Culture | Photography / /

Photography: “Dissolution of Marriage” by Angela Richelle

Dissolution of Marriage

I’m a recent divorcee from a marriage of 5 years, now a single mother to a 3 year old daughter, and a woman just trying to heal some emotional wounds.

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