There exist a Society Online that remains undiscovered, yet are doing things that may contribute to a more civil, peaceful society, through beauty, art, activism or sure presence of self. Season V sets off on a journey of knowledge & discover to make contact with other neighborhoods like ours. .
“It takes a village to raise a child.” – Igbo and Yoruba (Nigeria) Proverb
As we approach Opening Day of The Neighborhood’s 5th Season, the only limitations, even the most original and imaginative collaborative of artists cannot conquer, is its value in the minds of its supporters, fans, friends, family and the performers, that have benefited from its stage.
(name, city & The Neighborhood show/post)
Shrestha Bibash, Kathmandu Nepal, Mark Safe: Eyes on Nepal & Young Black Men
Marla Davis, Denver Colorado, The Lives We Live, A Star is Born
John Akers, Los Angeles California, A Star is Born
“The Neighborhood is one of the most eclectic and exciting gathering points for artists of all disciplines on in cyberspace. I hope everyone who can will support this artist collaborative.” – Ned Hickson, Humorist & Syndicated Columnist
Blog remains the umbrella term and format of WordPress, but you will never hear it used by those intimately or even remotely aware of The Neighborhood located at thepublicblogger.com & thepublicblogger FB Page and all over the world in the hearts and minds of collaborative artists, thinkers, peace seekers and imaginative performaners. .
The Humming by Photographer Gabor Dvornik, Budapest Hungary,
2015 The Neighborhood Award Recipient
Rebecca Lemke, Lahoma Oklahoma, 2015 Best Performance by An Artists, A Star is Born
Wa’Derrious DaKid Sellers, Atlanta Georgia, Young Black Men, The MIND + GAME Show
Flower Crittenden, Sacramento California, The Lives We Live, The MIND + GAME Show
Robert M. Goldstein, San Francisco California, Artist, Activist, Mental Health Survivor and recently named Season V: The Neighborhood Art Director
Constructing a bridge between Facebook and here has allowed nearly 200 visual, recording & written-word artists, interns & students of their craft, community activists, academics and a generation of young men that sometimes feel invisible, to have had a voice or the stage to be heard, seen and enjoyed as entertainers.
A very short list
A Forgotten Life: 3-part series about memory loss & dementia co-written by Tomaj Javidtash, a theoretical physicist
First Annual Week of Peace
#TAG: The Neighborhood Anthology on Leadership & Authority, ex. i – ix
Reality Shows – groundbreaking online entertainment
On March 13, Season V MIND + GAMES opens, and we try to do it all over again… only better
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