Big Agnes

24 Jan 19
Superwomen in Science

Welcome back to our 16th episode, all about Data Visualization! We start off by chatting about how zines can be an accessible alternative way to communicate science, or advocate for the people doing science. Next up, we learn about science illustrator and botanist, Mary Agnes Chaste. We were joined by the amazing and talented Giorgia […]

24 Jan 19
Riding With Billy and Stacie

We get asked a lot of questions about our gear. When I say “Gear,” I’m mostly referring to camping gear. If you want to travel on a bicycle, and camp, you’re going to need the basics: a tent, sleeping bag, pad, pillow, cookware, and a stove. That sounds simple enough, but the options available are […]

23 Jan 19
Poetry Owl

When I went to a launch reading of the anthology, Wretched Strangers, I was a little puzzled by the title. This is a collection, mainly of poetry, of work, mainly in English, by people who have been displaced or who live away from their countries of origin. However, when I looked at the readers, all […]

23 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Daniel Ruff, director of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Limoges and specialist of British civilization, decrypts the operating system of the British institutions while Parliament mainly anti-Brexit must implement the will of the people worldwide pro-Brexit. The Cross: In the debates about the Brexit, we discover a very special institutional functioning in the […]

23 Jan 19
Garner Insights Blogs

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23 Jan 19
Marigold Diary

I’m looking out for Mumbai’s Chemould Prescott Road collaboration with New York based Thomas Erben Gallery. Together they are bringing a solo exhibition of Aditi Singh –‘so much the less complete’ to the upcoming India Art Fair 2019. Born 1976 in Assam, the emerging artist studied painting at the New York Studio School and subsequently earned a M.F.A. at the […]

23 Jan 19
DhAnAnJay Parkhe i

Monthly topical discussions between libertarian and non-libertarian scholars. Economic Growth? Let’s Focus on the Tangibles Posted on January 22, 2019 by Joshua M. Kim I want to make sure that I understand what we are debating. We are arguing with Tyler’s assertion that sustainable long-term economic growth should be elevated over all other priorities. Right? Some reasons to […]

22 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

For the same service rendered, the electronic payment method does not cost the same amount to its owner … By Agnès Lambert Posted today at 10h41, updated at 10h44 Time to Reading 2 min. The same type of card does not cost the same amount depending on the banks. pixabay Precious and expensive: the bank […]

22 Jan 19
Northbound

The first annual AZT thru-hiker survey results are finally in! A huge thanks to everyone who contributed to the survey! The information would not exist without your time and helpful answers. This survey was created in an effort to aid future thru-hikers in their planning and journey. After reading the similar survey results about the […]

22 Jan 19
Bride of the Book God 2

This incarnation of the blog may only be 5 months old but the Bride has been around since 20/21/22 January (depending on what source you consult) in 2007 which means that the Bride is 12. Cue balloons and cake! When I was actually 12 years old it was 1974. Christian Bale, Amanda Abbington, Alyson Hannigan […]

22 Jan 19
Halfway 2 Nowhere

Of the vast list of artists This Feeling chose to be in their Big in 2019 list, one I hadn’t come across prior to the names being announced, was Welsh indie band BUTE. Hailing from Cardiff, the four piece are a band that seemingly have a range of influences from the heavier side of indie-rock […]

22 Jan 19
Books4LifeReview

Read my thoughts on Melissa Walker’s ‘Let’s Pretend We Never Met!’

22 Jan 19
Cinema Axis

Vivienne (Sarah Jessica Parker) is an accomplished singer is at the height of her career. Her latest album is about to be release and she has a special twenty-fifth anniversary performance happening at the historic Birdland Theatre. Her life is about to take a drastic turn when a medical diagnosis presents her with some devastating […]