“Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” ― Anna Quindlen, How Reading Changed My Life I’ve lost my Kindle E-reader and I’m not sure I want to replace it. Not that I didn’t like it. I did. I used it all the time. It […]
This was published by Mike Jones CEO of Science, Inc. June 2019. Read it. For starters, there should be no dad or mom, only a parent, with time to give. The term “father” to me has always had a low-ish bar. Even the best portrayals in the media are likely to show men who value […]
Chapter Twenty: Deep Shadows Unknown time and date I’m walking in the desert. I don’t know how long I’ve been walking. My feet are sore. I’m thirsty as hell. That blood red sky doesn’t change; it seems to glow all on its own. There’s no sun or moon. In the distance, a spindly tree flickers […]
Chapter Fifteen: Seam Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014 8:06 p.m. Ever since I got back, Barry’s seemingly avoiding me. I haven’t even had a chance to give him his Christmas present yet. I’m so damn tired. I completed three different cases today because Curtis, Paulson and Joe all wanted to get their case files done before […]
Matt Kaye WRONG DREAMS (Akord Records / Kulturni center Maribor, Javna muzika Maribor, ARLP 003 / FREE LP 028, 2018) Akord Records, a label under Kulturni center Maribor has published the single: Matt Kaye – WRONG DREAMS The song will be released on the upcoming album Matt Kaye – The Guardian The single is available […]
Blessed Virgin of Potente del Trompone: Visionary: Domenica di Miglianotto on 26 June 1562 Title: Blessed Virgin of Potente del Trompone 2nd Visionary: Visionary: St Peter of Alcantara (1499-1562) – seen below: Our Lady of Longing: Matka Boża Tęskniąca / Longing Mother of God, Warsaw, Poland – One of the oldest churches in the Archdiocese […]
10 Questions with Janet Zhong Janet from Australia is an undergraduate student at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Her honours thesis is on quantum/ nonlinear topological photonics. She will be studying two-photon edge states in a qubit array. The overarching goal of this field is the creation of topological quantum qubits. Janet will […]
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, right, and Kwame Ture, the activist formerly known as Stokely Carmichael, attends the civil rights leader and black national, Audley “Queen Mother” Moore, left, in 1996 in New York. (Kathy Willens / AP) Ashley D. Farmer is an assistant professor of history and African and African diaspora studies at the University of Texas-Austin. […]
The 2019 National Biography Award shortlist has just been announced. Links are to the State Library of NSW. I’ve read just one of them, but will add the links to other reviews as I find them. Do Oysters Get Bored? A curious life by Rozanna Lilley Miss Ex-Yugoslavia by Sofija Stefanovic see my review No […]
Wednesday, 26 June 2019 – 02:00 Toni Roldn announces his resignation in CongressBallesterosEFE TweetMiguel Sebastin, former minister ofShoemaker: "Brave, coherent and loyal with your ideas, @toniroldanm, today you have done honor to your genes, I wish you the best in this new stage". I do not know how a progressive man like the ex-minister can […]
The creation of Israel depended heavily on the actions of Herbert ‘Doc’ Evatt – an enigmatic Australian who served as President of the United Nations General Assembly at the time of Israel’s admission to the UN.
Evatt, a former Labor Leader and Attorney-General, would play an instrumental role in the implementation of the nation, after rising to prominence as an architect of the United Nations Charter in 1945.
My name is Erik Ugalde. I am elated to be taking CAP 092A with you all! I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Mexican-American Studies from San Jose State University. In 2018, I earned a Master of Arts in Teaching and a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with an English Language […]
Rocketman, the 2019 biographical musical showed up to give Bohemian a run for its money, right? Well, in many ways it does. Let’s talk about it. Played by the seemingly untouchable Taron Edgerton (Kingsman, Robin Hood), the story of Elton John’s “lavish” and theatrical life play out in a way that, to me, proved to […]
Welcome back to Top 10 Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! Today’s prompt is books on my summer TBR. I always enjoy making TBR lists–making reading plans is half the fun! This summer is a is of finishing series, rereads, and biography. I’m already loving it! I hope you enjoy my eclectic list for […]
The first episode of our six-part limited series about the band Korn! To kick things off, Adam, Andy, and Travis talk about the recording of the band’s first album, and all the things they were doing up to that point. Don’t feel like waiting to hear all six episodes? Buy the entire series for just $3 right now at gum.co/podthelife!
The Charles Sheffield series continues. Some of the stories here I had read before, but I’ve put my notes in from my pre-1997 readings of them. This one also has science articles. (Just keeping things straight for the future historians who will, of course, want to know all that.) Review (1997): Dancing with Myself, ed. […]