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Grab Your Goggles | David Magazine

This month in David Magazine I take a look at virtual education and online schools. This is the future of learning, so come on and Grab Your Goggles and see what all the fuss is about.

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Drawn from Life | David Magazine

My latest piece for David Magazine. A whole passel of women have created comics about life and love…and I tell you all about ’em!

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Day Zero | David Magazine

Once again I have committed writing. This time about the water crises affecting Capetown and, by extension, the whole world. “Our Blue Planet is Running Out of Water”

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David – Winter 2018

This month, due to other peculiarities, I ended up with two pieces in the magazine, so yay! Double shot for everyone! 

The first piece is about how it’s getting tougher and tougher to meet “the one”? There’s an interesting solution I look at and ironically, it involves not looking at all. 

Jewish Nevada Encourages Folks to Connect with the Greater Community

Source: An Engaging Opportunity | David Magazine

The second piece is all about getting in shape for the new year. Some new and interesting workouts for you, right in the Las Vegas Valley! 

Finding the Workout that Works for You

Source: Get Shaking | David Magazine

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Waking Dreamer – Erica Vanlee

Vanish Magazine 41 - Dec 17 - Erica VanleeSo this month’s issue of Vanish Magazine features my good friend Erica Vanlee on the cover. Of course, upon close inspection, it appears I actually wrote the story! Always so much fun to interview friends! Especially one as talented and fun as she is!

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A Real Stinker | David Magazine

24231915_1755507241149993_8243650543035950392_nIt’s the Thought that Counts, Right?

This month I take a look at some gift giving etiquette – and some of the really bad gifts people have gotten over the years.

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Clicks or Bricks | David Magazine

#VegasStrong

With what the cover and several of the inside pieces of this month’s issue are about, it seems rather frivolous to be writing about virtual shopping, but nonetheless, that’s what this month’s piece, Clicks or Bricks, is about.  Continue reading

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David Magazine |Holy High Days

This month’s piece for David Magazine is all about legalized pot and whether or not it’s Kosher.

Enjoy!

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This Land is YOUR Land | David Magazine

Visit a National Park this Summer to Celebrate Your Citizenship & the Glory of the Great Outdoors.

My latest piece for David!

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Wonder Gal | David Magazine

David May 17 CoverThis month, for David Magazine, I take a look at the new Wonder Woman film starring Gal Godot, as well as a brief history of the character and her creator. Of course, while you’re there, you might want to check out this related article about women in the Israeli army (of which Gadot herself was a member a few years back)

At the same time, there’s some interesting commentary happening at The Mary Sue about the lack of advertising and promotion for this film.

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