Visualize Success

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Dave MadsenLeave a Comment

This year Audacity magazine celebrates its first anniversary. I would like to thank personally the staff and all of our readers for putting us in a position to have a tremendous second year. If all of you thought this year was good trust me you’ve seen nothing yet. This magazine …

Little Late But You Know ME

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Damian P. GregoryLeave a Comment

Most people believe their mother and father to be the greatest in the world, particularly this time of year. Watch any major sporting event on TV or attend a graduation ceremony and invariably you will see testimonials over and over to that fact. You are all wrong. My mom—Déan Gregory-Stewart—is …

Luther

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Damian P. GregoryLeave a Comment

When it was announced that Grammy Award-winning R & B superstar Luther Vandross would grant his first sit-down interview to talk show grand dame Oprah Winfrey, which aired on most US television stations on May 6, I was eager to watch. How has the velvet voice singer coped with the …

Herculean Tasks

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In the 80’s it was handicapped, in the 90’s disabled, in the new millennium we have been branded as physically challenged. Sometimes I wonder who comes up with these labels and why they have to change each decade when our disability doesn’t. Why should we be grouped together and given …

Acceptance

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Ariel SilverSpiritLeave a Comment

When we can accept our situation, it helps relieve stress, and empowers us in many ways. Especially being disabled, this has helped me ease the deep anguish and pain I’ve endured all my life. Accepting our situation doesn’t mean we have to like it, but we must acknowledge, recognize and …

The L Word

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I can summarize my thoughts in three words, “It’s about time!” Showtime has enough gumption to portray the omnifarious lifestyles of lesbians as productive citizens and not sideshow anomalies. ach department phone Two of the characters, Bette Porter (Jennifer Beals) and Tina Kennard (Laurel Holloman) scout out for the male’s …

Joan Of Arcadia

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Damian P. GregoryLeave a Comment

The new religious themed CBS fall family drama “Joan of Arcadia”, has gotten critical praise for its novel approach to dealing with everyday issues of right and wrong. The series, which centers around a teenaged girl who has contact with God while she goes about her daily life, is also …

Grateful To Be Thinking

In Everyone has one, Opinion by Damian P. GregoryLeave a Comment

Being able to think things through, and being able to articulate those thoughts to others, are easy to take for granted. However, this is the gift for which I am most grateful. As a person with a disability, it is easy to get so bogged down in the circumstances which …