Teenage brother and sister sing opera/Broadway

  Please feel free to give them a listen and rate/leave comments. We here at Synchronized Chaos love to encourage people along the way to developing their talents…maybe some of the featured musicians from our past few issues would like to give them advice or drop them a note? 😉 Michael, 16, singing “Nessun Dorma” […]

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Ginosko Literary Journal open to submissions

Everyone, I am impressed and intrigued with the work of Ginosko Literary Magazine, and just received their new issue last night. They try to be classy and look for decent work that reflects craft and style. I submitted a few short stories awhile back myself, was not accepted but know that was in part because […]

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“Arthur’s Harp” author David Cicerone’s solo visual art exhibit

  David is leaving the country for an English teaching position in South Korea and would like to take this last opportunity for awhile to show his visual art within the United States. I encourage you to stop in to peruse the work of this young gentleman with a Beat-infused sensibility 😉   From David Cicerone: This exhibition […]

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Benefit opportunity May 14th for musicians of all shapes and styles in San Francisco

Thursday, May 14, 2009 Time: 2:00pm – 6:00pm Location: United Nations Plaza>> Fountain Side Street: 1150 Market St Email: krystaleclear23@hotmail.com Musicians of all types sought to play a free community benefit concert…public San Francisco location, great chance for exposure. Event hosted by San Francisco community groups, including Food not Bombs/Curry without Worry, which seek to […]

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Global Affairs – Spain-based international relations journal seeks article submissions for June issue

  Global Affairs International Newsmagazine (a Spanish journal of international relations for academics and other interested people) seeks well-written, well-documented and researched articles on any topics having to do with world current affairs. I’ve reposted their call to submissions and the topics in which they are most interested this month in this post…please feel free […]

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UC Davis environmental festival seeks recycled material donations for kids…also Canvas Ghosts of San Jose open to submissions for juried art show!

Announcement from my alma mater, UC Davis, which hosts an annual art/music/cultural/social justice/environmental festival called the Whole Earth Festival every Mother’s Day weekend. They’re looking for recyclable donations for their children’s activity center, Kidspace…announcement below. Party people!  What up! This year Kids Space will be creating an ongoing paper mache project throughout the festival, radical!  But […]

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Synchronized Chaos May Issue: Finding Your Place in the World

  Friends, family, and fellow-travelers, welcome to the May issue of Synchronized Chaos! Happy Mother’s Day, Feliz Cinco de Mayo, and congratulations to all the students on the semester system graduating this month. As a gentle reminder, a whole bunch of us contributors, Creative Facilitators, and outside writers, scholars, business people and industry experts have […]

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