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Candice Nolan / Mar 7, 2019
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Lockdown Log: Junior Tomlin

Sep 21, 2020
Candice Nolan

Super excited about the launch of the latest episode from #theothersideofthesunpodcast. Solarkidd chats to Junior Tomlin about his new book. Also something to look forward to this week, is Wesley Pepper’s interview with Lara Redd from Food not Bombs. That’s coming up later this week! I am on a constant learning curve. My dream is […]

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Lockdown Log: EQnCrew

Sep 15, 2020
Candice Nolan

Today’s Lockdown Log blog features EQnCrew. So super excited about this week’s episode of #wesleypeppersartlexica. Wesley Pepper sits down with EQnCrew and Diamantaire. They share their Covid-19 pandemic story. Hailing from Botswana, these cats are the realness! In conclusion, the show plays out with EQnCrew’s track, Africa. The episode launches tomorrow! This has really been […]

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Awombness: Me Too

Jan 27, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: Me too. Without the hashtag. I’ve been the victim of online bullying. And all because I pissed off some white chick. #whiteanger She nearly got me fired too. So this is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside down And I’d like to take a minuteJust sit right thereI’ll tell you […]

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Awombness: Eve and the Apple

Jan 26, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: Eve and the Apple. I’m still reeling. Euphoric. We now rank Position 66 on Apple Podcasts in the Category Visual Arts. Although, we’ve been bumped down to position 84 in SA. But it’s important not to get lost in the numbers. They fluctuate all the time. This serves only as proof that I’m on […]

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Awombness: Apple Podcasts, Baby!!!!

Jan 25, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: Apple Podcasts, Baby! Wesley Pepper’s Art Lexica is now ranking on Apple Podcasts at: Position 64 in the category Visual Arts (South Africa) Position 66 in the category Visual Arts (Ireland) Apple Podcasts. The Apple Podcasts. My hard work has been paying off. I am so grateful and humbled. You know, Wesley said “This […]

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Awombness: A Covid Story

Jan 24, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: A Covid Story. A few weeks ago, I told you about my elderly neighbour who had contracted coronavirus. This quite literally brought COVID-19 to my very doorstep. The news was met with not an insignificant amount of over-reaction, on my part. But my neighbour is a strong and healthy man. He walks at least […]

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Awombness: A Prospect

Jan 22, 2021
Candice Nolan

I love my city, Johannesburg. With its streets paved with gold (euro-centric folk could only imagine). Mining continues to this very day. In a rather unregulated way, with “African migrants” waging wars/battling death in old mining tunnels. So much to discuss in the above paragraph. But I will start with the latter. African migration. Thankfully, […]

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Awombness: Tribute to a Legend

Jan 21, 2021
Candice Nolan

My aunt, my mom’s eldest sister, passed away. She was going to be 73 next month. Her death was sudden, but expected. She hadn’t been well for the last few weeks. She was hospitalised after Christmas. I like to think she died in her sleep. At peace. Aunty Marlene was a remarkable woman. Stylish. Trendy. […]

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Awombness: Restoration

Jan 18, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: Restoration. My daughter changed the course of my life. The idea for the podcasting platform was born while I was battling post-natal depression. I like to think that it was all part of the birthing of the mother – me. We serve a mighty God. Submit your reviewName: Email: Review Title: Rating: 12345Review:   […]

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Awombness: Bread and Butter

Jan 15, 2021
Candice Nolan

Awombness: Bread and Butter. Today is a good day. I’m making my own bread. Haven’t done this in ages. There’s something wholesome about it. Mothering. Transformative too. It’s been one helluva journey. And I am grateful to the process. If you had to tell me five years ago that I’d be baking bread for my […]

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