Tracy Saville

Gratitude: The New “New” In Thing

November 21st, 2012
It's just silly. Really.

LPTrendsNothingClicheToday. Thanksgiving. Yes. In fact a globally celebrated ritual. But ritual gratitude is like breathing only sometimes: folly is sure to befall those who hold their breaths or their gratefulness for special occasions. I’d like to suggest we remember that … Continue reading

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Smart People, Beautiful Stuff, & Relevant Hacks

November 12th, 2012
Marc and Angel Hack

  LPTrendsBestPicks: Smart People, Beautiful Stuff, & Relevant Hacks. Honing in every week on top picks of videos, blogs, and smart, gorgeous ideas and things. Meet Dawna Jones, Margarita Tartokovsky, and Marc and Angel Hack. 1)    Smart People Writing About … Continue reading

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The Delicious Art of Gayle Rappaport-Weiland

November 7th, 2012
Gayle Rappaport-Weiland

  LPTrendsArtists. The Art of Gayle Rappaport-Weiland. Words we use to describe Gayle: Divine, Delicious, & Countlessly Classy. Here we present a profile, an interview, and some of her extraordinary works of art, because stunning art of some form always … Continue reading

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The Multiverse: Proof In the Time of Politics

November 2nd, 2012
evil

  LPTrendsShortScaryFiction. Proof. By Tracy Saville Escaping our reality might be a good thing about now. Here a short fiction story post-Halloween & Sandy to give you pause, to remind you that you live in a world where it is … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. President: Progressivism Is Not a Dirty Word

October 28th, 2012
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  LPTrendsOpinion. An open letter to the new President of the United States. Dear Mr. President, Progressivism today is not your grandmother’s idea of liberalism or your Uncle Joe’s, who lives in Kentucky and knows tea is not about drinking. … Continue reading

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Why Women Still Can’t Have It All?

October 25th, 2012
Businesswoman with America in her hands

  LPTrendsVillageIdeas. In the spirit of the upcoming election and going against the grain of popular ideas, ponder this truly thought-provoking and obviously emotions-provoking article series on the women’s movement, women and work, and a slightly different take on equality … Continue reading

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Sedaris, Wenderoth, Frost & Atwan: Beginnings in Longform

October 25th, 2012
Tracy Saville, writer, lover of longform, abuser of sentence structure and rules. Circa 2008

  LPTrendsLongformEssays. Longform. You know essays containing more than two paragraphs? Sometimes we have to use more than 140 words to tell a proper story or teach a proper thing, and longform non-fiction essays are the form: beginnings are the … Continue reading

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Destiny, Love & the Politics of Race

October 25th, 2012
Original Works by Ron Kendall.

  LPTrendsProse. Why not? On change, destiny, love, and the politics of race. Take ten minutes to absorb the inner truths of 3 women, Jena Dilema, Deborah Grinnell, and Tracy Saville. *** IMMINENCE By Jena Dilema           … Continue reading

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Chemtrails & What We Leave Behind

October 22nd, 2012
Courtesy of apfn.org.

LPTrendsStory. Lonn Friend, infamous rock journalist pens a fictive tail of seeing things that are real, but others argue not so much. In the spirit of all things political, and what is true or not, take a break from the … Continue reading

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Wattage & White Hot Truth: Blog & Vid Share of the Week

October 15th, 2012
David Watts Barton, who is back, back in the New York swing.

  LPTrendsReallySmartPeople. David Watts Barton & Danielle LaPorte. Conversation and skill in the art and science of words, ideas, life fuel, and more. Danielle LaPorte Meet Danielle LaPorte, featured recently on GlimpseTV. We like to share people who have something smart, … Continue reading

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