Tag Archives: Loss

Sunday Light and Word – Parallel Harmonies

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Sunday Light and Word – Eavesdropping

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Sunday Light and Word – The Things You Remember While Under Arrest

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Entering the Viewing Room

As Cindy Lamothe remembers her brother Jay in this heartfelt memoir, she delves into the contents of his wallet to unravel the fragments of his life.




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What I’d Tell You If I Could

Litsa Dremousis records her thoughts on the fourth anniversary of a devastating loss.




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Shine a Light: Anathema, Weather Systems

The aim of our “Shine a Light” series is to bring attention to unjustly obscure artists and albums, and although still fairly recent, and highly-praised in certain sectors, Weather Systems is precisely the type of album which deserves to be shared with a larger audience.




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