Meet Steve Sullivan, an Artist Who Transforms Processing Life Into Art

Steve’s Roots Steve Sullivan is a New Hampshire native living in Dorchester working as an artist, and working towards a career as an EMT. I met Steve about eight years ago at a bar in New Hampshire, and over the years, we have kept in touch. I wanted to feature not only Steve’s artwork but also the journey that he has been on throughout his life. He has built a personal foundation of hard work, perseverance, and forming connections with others through art. Speaking to Steve about his life and art, there is a sense of humbleness, openness, and wearing …

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How to Make Your Own Incense at Home

Incense has been used for thousands of years in religion and, more recently, as a method of aromatherapy in homes. “The popularity of aromatherapy has led to a growing interest in incense as a means to make our homes more welcoming, more inviting, more pleasant” (Sams & Schwartz, 1999, p. 2). Incense is available for purchase, but you can easily create it at home. The best way to make incense is to combine your chosen ingredients with a base material, add potassium nitrate, and bind it with a gum tragacanth glue. The key to making incense is selecting the right …

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Ghost Hunting Tools and Accessory Recommendations

This is a list of the ghost hunting tools and accessories that I have discovered over the years and recommend to new and veteran researchers alike.  The Essentials Never worry about forgetting a screwdriver with this 6-in-1 pen. I always have this in my bag, allowing me to take notes and unscrew battery covers with the same pen. The bonus with it being a two-pack is that you can leave one in your car as well as your bag, or give the second to another researcher on your team.   Battery testers are a fantastic tool to use, not only during …

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