Thursday, March 24, 2005

ADP - Bob Dylan has given the go-ahead for a big-screen movie about his life. Director Todd Haynes is searching for a black woman to play Dylan -- she will be one of seven different actors who will portray the musician during different eras of his career. Todd Haynes, the Oscar-nominated director, confirmed last week that he is searching for a woman who can do justice to the short white Jewish singer’s 'inner blackness', although the producers aren't convinced. Costing £30m, the film is due for release next year under the title, I’m Not There: Suppositions on a Film Concerning Dylan. [more...] (ADP-Another Dylan Post)

Get a reading from The Goddess Tarot Oracle to find what your goddess has in store for you. (via: etherealgirl)

Lauren's Feministe is a very smart and witty interactive blog. There's Open Blogging where anyone can post. Like Open Mic Night, but for blogging. And also the Random 10 on Fridays for listing random songs that are currently playing on your ipod or music device. Good content with an intelligent voice should keep you busy reading for a long time.

Asheville Full Moon Gatherings - Our next event will be Friday, March 25th to celebrate the Full Moon in Libra and the Sun in Aries.

Today's Quote
Dance, when you’re broken open.
Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off.
Dance, in the middle of fighting.
Dance in your blood.
Dance, when you are perfectly free.



The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror VIII


It wasn't long after 9/11, September 11, 2001, that I began this website. I felt compelled to connect with other people around the globe. I had recently heard about "weblogs" or "blogs" and I dove right into I searched for others to connect with online and I found Ageless. It led to meeting many great friends to discuss events of the day. From then on it snowballed. Most importantly we offered one another support and friendship across the globe; finding that we were just a few keystrokes away.


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