Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sept 14 – Jim Janda – “Crying for a Vision”

Friday, September 14  “ to cry for a vision is a sacred task” The Lakota expression “hanblechia” means “he or she cries out for a vision.” It is the name of one of the most sacred Lakota rituals.  It begins … Continue reading

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Sept 12, “Some 400 expats and local guests are expected” Crain’s, September 9, 2018

Wednesday,  September 12, 2018   “Flocking back to the D: Detroit Homecoming 2018” Is this the third or the fourth Detroit Homecoming?   3 high-profile days when former Detroiters, now successful and resourceful, are invited back for a three day pitch … Continue reading

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Sept 7 – “small & fond & local”

Friday,  September 7,  the first full weekend in September In Detroit where I live, a Northeast weather path brought an end to gummy sticky air that hindered breathing.  This poem happened to me during the same week when many of … Continue reading

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Sept 5 – Shiraz is more than a wine; it is an ancient city in Iran and the home of the first great wine

Wednesday  September 5 – “My city is that cup of sunshine. . .” {My laptop has just emerged from the EMS unit and I did not have time to write a new one, so this is a favorite from four … Continue reading

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