Hawaiiʻs Mauna Kea Under Threat from NASA & University of Hawaii, Thanks to Governmental Support

The telescopes on Mauna Kea are some of the world’s biggest telescopes, helping mankind to learn more about the depths and mysteries of space and the thousands of galaxies within it. But there is a deep concern from the natives who are seeking respect for sacred native land, a place they go to pray.

N.U.S.A.M. Member, Brian Rogers Works With Youth In Nicaragua & ‘Felt The Bern’ in Sacramento

By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief As a two-time SAMMIE (that is the Sacramento Music Awards, for all of you out … More

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016 By Aaris A. Schroeder “Something Inside is Broken” is … More