Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Food Politics

The future for GMOs? Image from Shutterstock.
Economics. Abortion. Foreign policy. Health insurance. Bailouts. Tax loopholes. Energy policy. Wealthy Americans. Poor Americans. The middle class. There's one topic you haven't heard about this election season, however, and it's one of the most literal issues you're likely to ever face—one that you actually deal with many times each and every day.

Your food.
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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Busking with Old Crow Medicine Show

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Originally published in Playgirl, September 2012
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In Bed With... Ricky Phillips

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

On Loving

What has happened twice, will happen once more. It's true. But hopefully it ends after the trifecta.

It's been three years since the last searing pain, and Princess' subsequent retreat to a castle far far away. How can more licked wounds seem so fresh, like she's never gone through it before? There were many things she missed. The warm curve of his back under her right arm as they slept. The feel of his perfect ears between her fingers. The heavy strength of his arms encircling her as they lay on the couch. The butterflies in her belly when they locked eyes while he played his guitar. The rhythm of his steps as he moved across wooden floors, the tingling of her skin when he watched her, the sounds he made when he slept. His chubby fingers. The empathy she felt when he crumpled his face up to cry. The way his skin felt under water. The safety of the honey he stirred into tea for her.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Untouched Wilds

Land of pink stucco
turquoise deco
guitar players called Elvis, a bagpiper called Torston. A warm ocean, a best friend, mai tais and a convertible. This is Fort Lauderdale. This is Miami Beach.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Wing Girl: Relationship expert Marni Kinrys knows what most men—and many women—don't!

Originally published in Playgirl issue #60, May 2012

50 Sex Facts You Need to Know—Now!

What's the caloric content of semen? Why can't I orgasm from intercourse? We've got 50 Sex Facts that'll delight, shock, inform, and intrigue you.

By Nicole Caldwell

Originally published in Playgirl issue #60, May 2012

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Building a Better Farm

Article originally published in NNY Business Magazine. Article by Ted Booker. To subscribe to NNY Business Magazine, call (315) 782-1012.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Photo Series Sells at Winter Art Show

Macsherry Library's Ninth Annual Heart of Winter Art Show & Chocolate Festival was held Feb. 11 at the Macsherry Library Community Gallery in Alexandria Bay, N.Y.

I hung one photo from a three-part series at that show, where River Hospital Foundation's Director of Development Andrea Bates saw it. She expressed interest in the piece:

So Cecilia Thompson, who is a great artist, member of Macsherry Library's board, and active member in the North Country Arts Council, shared with Andrea the rest of the prints from the set:

The foundation bought all three matted, framed prints to display at their new offices at 3 James Street in downtown Alexandria Bay. Big thanks to Cecilia for securing the deal for me, and to Andrea Bates for taking an interest in my work!

See more of my photography portfolio here.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Interview with Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough

By Nicole Caldwell
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Originally published in Playgirl Issue #58, December 2011

Monday, January 23, 2012

The Bricks of Oz

L . Frank Baum was born in 1856 in Chittenango, NY. Inspired by his lush natural surroundings, Baum became a writer who would throughout his life pen 59 novels, 82 short stories, more than 200 poems, an unknown number of scripts, and many miscellaneous writings. But most famous of all Baum's works was his 1900 novel, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” which would, of course, in 1939 inspire the MGM classic, The Wizard of Oz.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Redwood Happenings: Jan. 11, 2012

Originally published in the Thousand Islands Sun

Friday, January 6, 2012