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How You Can Help Bring “Beethoven’s Promethean Concerto in C Minor Wo0” to Life

The recently created Long Island-based Tomorrow’s Classics Theatre Company (TCTC) is dedicated to solely producing cutting-edge new works. Co-Founders, Debi Toni, a singer/songwriter, performer, teacher, and musical director; and award-winning playwright, director, author, entertainer, and psychic, Cindi Sansone-Braff, truly believe that these innovative new plays are destined […]

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Upcoming Psychic Night Fundraisers

March 31 Psychic Night Fundraiser for Hewlett High School Click on link for details: http://patch.com/new-york/longbeach/calendar/event/20170313/100767/medium-night-fundraiser-for-hewlett-high-school-senior-night-2017 March 13 Psychic Night Fundraiser for Farmingdale High School Click on link for details: http://patch.com/new-york/farmingdale/calendar/event/20170331/100764/farmingdale-high-school-pta-psychic-night-featuring-cindi-sansone-braff

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Click on the Link Below to Hear a Podcast in Which I Discuss Psychic Abilities

https://thepsychicjunkie.com/2016/12/becoming-psychic-cindi-sansone-braff-conversation-developing-intuition-law-attraction-embracing-magic-mystery-every-day-life/#comment-429

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The Psychic and the Poltergeist: A Halloween Tale

(This is an excerpt from my latest book Confessions of a Reluctant Psychic, which is currently a work-in-progress.) My first encounter, with a spirit that hadn’t crossed over yet, happened over a decade ago.  I had already been aware of my psychic gifts for fifteen years or […]

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Post-Halloween Dinner and a Psychic Group Reading Wednesday, November 2

Cindi Sansone-Braff, psychic/medium, named Best Psychic 5 years in a row by the Long Island Press, will be hosting a psychic night on November 2nd at Casa Mia Restaurant in Hauppauge. The event will begin at 7:00 pm. Dinner (a prix fix, delicious menu) as well as […]

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Ryangate: Lochte Learns the Cover-up is Worse Than the Crime

The Ryan Lochte debacle proves one thing: if you screw up, man-up. His drunken escapade might have been forgiven, had he just handled the whole situation differently. He could have apologized to the Rio gas station owners, quietly paid for damages, and fessed up that he f*cked […]

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Combating Marriage Fatigue: Monogamy Doesn’t Mean Monotony

Taking your spouse for granted and having no time for each other is a sure-fire way to have marriage fatigue set in.  All too often when a marriage gets stale, people turn to extramarital affairs to spice up their humdrum life, and the 37 million married people […]

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You Keep Me Hanging On: Men Who Make Us Afraid

The new breed of 21st century men seems to be calling all the shots again with women — at least as far as relationships go. Dating sites and the dating app trend, where you swipe your way to meaningless sex, have men telling women that you can […]

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For My Grandmother on Mother’s Day: Long Gone, but Not Forgotten

  I wrote the following poem more than 40 years ago.  I was 19, in college, and my maternal grandmother had mentioned to me how much she would love to see Jones Beach one last time before she died.  To honor her wishes, a few weeks later, […]

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Protecting Yourself From Cyber-Scam Artists, Slimeballs, and Plain Old Sleazebags

You pride yourself on the fact that you’re a good person.  You really try to see the good in everyone.  You believe everybody’s like you and knows right from wrong, and you honestly believe that most people tell the truth, or at least, they do know when […]

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