chicago garden

BLACK FARMERS TO BUY FROM INSTEAD OF WHOLE FOODS

ATLANTA
Boxcar Grocer
Patchwork City Farms
Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Ag

BALTIMORE
Five Seeds Farms
The Flower Factory
The Greener Garden

CHICAGO
Healthy Food Hub
Trinity United Church of Christ Farmers Market (Summer)
Your Bountiful Harvest Family Farm

CLEVELAND
Chateau Hough Vineyard
Rid-All Green Partnership

DMV
Afroculinaria
Community Farming Alliance
Good Sense Farm
Three Part Harmony

OAKLAND
Afrika Town Community Garden
Farms to Grow, Inc.
People’s Grocery
Phat Beets Produce

DETROIT
D-TownFarm

KENTUCKY
Barbour’s Farm LLC

LOS ANGELES
The Ron Finley Project
Sola Food Co-op
South Central Farmers’ Cooperative

PHILADELPHIA
The Philadelphia Urban Creators
Mill Creek Farm

NYC
Black Urban Growers
La Familia Verde
The BLK ProjeK
East New York Farms

PHOENIX
Tiger Mountain Foundation

SAN DIEGO
City Heights Farmers Market

SOUTHEASTERN US
Southeastern African American Farmers’ Organic Network

VIRGINIA
Vanguard Ranch Natural Gourmet

NORTH CAROLINA
Pine Knot Farms (Hillsborough

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Voice Types according to TV Tropes:

Baritones, like their female counterpart, the mezzos, come in all shapes and sizes. They are common for leading men, villains and character parts. There are even a few ingenues or at least roles for young men in the baritone range. Because it is a range shared by many singers, there are many subtypes of baritone roles. Villains and leading men in heavier pieces are frequently dramatic baritones, whereas character types are comic baritones and younger characters or characters in lighter shows are lyric baritones. Because it is the most common male vocal register, the voice can also have an “everyman” implication and such roles are frequently baritones.


[soprano] [mezzo-soprano] [contralto] [tenor] [bass]

‘Nineveh Garden’

gouache, ink and water based spray paint on six 6″ triangles 


Another new painting for ‘Unreliable Narrators’ opening next weekend in Chicago.   Featuring me, Jack Chappel, and Troy Lovegates.    OPens March 4th at Vertical Gallery, info@verticalgallery.com for any enquiries   

“I think midlife is when the universe gently places her hands upon your shoulders, pulls you close, and whispers in your ear: ‘I’m not screwing around. It’s time.’ You were born worthy of love and belonging. Courage and daring are coursing through you. You were made to live and love with your whole heart. It’s time to show up and be seen.”

~ excerpt from Brené Brown