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The Haunting of Harp House

                 As an American who was born on the 29th of October, I have always loved Halloween. My Birthday growing up was full of costumes, candy and autumn festivities. I understand that many people do not tolerate the darkness of Halloween and think it is not a Holiday worthy of celebration. I respectfully disagree. Yes, Halloween has Pagan roots, just as many of the ways we mark the Continue Reading

When An Artist Gets Depressed: Release & Refresh

Artists are constantly channeling the people they are called to reach. Because of that, we often find ourselves heavy, bogged down and depressed by what we feel. So here’s what we have to do. We have to let it go. Release it. Let it out. Take what you’re feeling and interpret it through art. And when you can’t – do something else to get it out. Take a walk. Go stand in the sun. Give Continue Reading

Tim Keane on Atlanta Traffic, Langford Parkway & Creative Mornings.

I walked into City Winery alone after finding free parking (for the win), not knowing what to expect about this event I’d heard so much about. I saw a lot of different types of people who widely represented the creative community. There were women with bell bottomed striped pants and men with gray hair and dad shorts. There were a few black women in there with natural hair, three of which work for the city Continue Reading

An Open Letter To Lauryn Hill.

I was driving down this highway in Arizona I think. It was a beautiful road. It had mountains on each side that were a beautiful shade of brown. My friends and I were listening to your music. Talking, sharing laughing about God knows what. We were on a 2 week road trip across the country to share our lives and serve the communities we stopped in. It was beautiful. I remember listening to your unplugged Continue Reading

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Ifie Natasha

Ifie Natasha is a writer, artreprenuer and soul care enthusiast with a passion for telling stories, building communities and exploring creativity.

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