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10 Dec 18
Variety

“This Is Us” may have hit a series low in Live+Same Day during the week of Nov. 19, but the show came right back in delayed viewing. In the Nielsen Live+7 numbers for the week, “This Is Us” rose 111% over its Live+Same Day adults 18-49 haul for a 3.8 rating for the week, even […]

10 Dec 18
retiredLondonFireman

This is not simply a case of nostalgia, not least because the former HQ, in Lambeth, still stands. Although, today, is does remain predominately empty! I am writing this reflection as I remain, shall we say, niffed. In fact I could describe my feelings as more than just niffed. I always thought the LFB ‘bean […]

09 Dec 18
Vanishing Coastal Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

Located in the historic Mentionville community near Cathead Creek, the Upper Mill Cemetery was originally known as the Presbyterian Cemetery. As well as prominent early white settlers of Darien, including William Carnochan and Henry Todd, many of the community’s most important African-Americans are buried here. It has come to be known as the Upper Mill […]

05 Dec 18
Doom Charts

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson Ain’t that the truth? We here at the Doom Charts hope to shine a light upon the music landscape to help you blaze your own trails of fuzz within the heavy underground. Down […]

04 Dec 18

Mike Davis | Ecology of Fear | Metropolitan Books | September 1998 | 20 minutes (5,921 words)   “Homes, of course, will arise here in the thousands. Many a peak will have its castle.” —John Russell McCarthy, These Waiting Hills (1925)   Late August to early October is the infernal season in Los Angeles. Downtown is usually […]

04 Dec 18
BiblioMarket

Mike Davis | Ecology of Fear | Metropolitan Books | September 1998 | 20 minutes (5,921 words)   “Homes, of course, will arise here in the thousands. Many a peak will have its castle.” —John Russell McCarthy, These Waiting Hills (1925)   Late August to early October is the infernal season in Los Angeles. Downtown is usually […]

04 Dec 18

Mike Davis | Ecology of Fear | Metropolitan Books | September 1998 | 20 minutes (5,921 words)   “Homes, of course, will arise here in the thousands. Many a peak will have its castle.” —John Russell McCarthy, These Waiting Hills (1925)   Late August to early October is the infernal season in Los Angeles. Downtown is usually […]

04 Dec 18
Longreads

Many of California’s native ecosystems evolved to burn. Modern fire suppression creates fuels that lead to catastrophic fires. So why do people insist on rebuilding in the firebelt?

03 Dec 18
THE CLANDESTINE

Features Editor Sophie Perry is pursuing a Masters in Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory and has a special interest in Intersectional Feminism, Queer theory, gender performativity and postcolonial identities. [Featured Image: Colourful painting of Malala Yousafzai] Much like any other social, political and/or cultural movement, the feminist movement must have a number of signifying traits […]

16 Nov 18
but a whimper

‘[I]t occurred to me to put the question directly to myself: ‘Suppose that all your objects in life were realised; that all the changes in institutions and opinions which you are looking forward to could be completely effected at this very instant: would this be a great joy and happiness to you?’ And an irrepressible […]

16 Nov 18
Primary Sources

Special Signs to Represent the Pagination of the Original: |231| is the column number 231 in the original [Extract of] Gales & Seaton’s Register of Debates in Congress, Twenty-Third Congress….Second Session. 13 February 1835—cols. 426–432 Editorial note : This is an extract of the Register of Debates in Congress for the 13th of February 1835 regarding […]

14 Nov 18
Black America The Forgotten History

AMONG THOSE BLACKS WHO WERE SEARCHING FOR ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE AND GROUP SELF-RESPECT DURING THE POST-REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD SOJOURNER TRUTH – ISABELLA BAUMFREE  (1797–11-26-1883)  was and African-American abolitionist and women’s rights activist best-known for her speech on racial inequalities, “AINT I A WOMAN?”  delivered extemporaneusly in 1851 at the Ohio Women’s Rights Convention.  Truth was born into slavery […]

14 Nov 18
Lost Art Press

Chris Williams grew up in a typical, conservative Welsh family (his words). His mother was a homemaker; his father, a tax inspector. He has one sister. Although his parents weren’t craftspeople, Chris’s lineage includes shoemakers, cabinetmakers and joiners. Thomas Jenkins, born 1813 and a distant great-grandfather to Chris, is famous, locally. Jenkins kept a daily […]

08 Nov 18
They Lived Along a Rocky River

Key Map and Legal Descriptions of Grants and Conveyances in Mecklenburg / Cabarrus Counties PDF of the Above Map Located on and west of Hwy 601, and south or near Hwy 24/27 in the area of Midland NC. 1. Deed 10-332, Cabarrus NC, 6 Nov 1824. Alexander McLarty and John McLarty to Wm. McLarty, being […]

07 Nov 18
legion of science army

Disclaimer: This is just an e-commerce simulation, a requirement for our course   And now we begin are science stuff These are common compounds. What is science? The earliest roots of science can be traced to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia in around 3500 to 3000 BCE.[3][4] Their contributions to mathematics, astronomy, and medicine entered and shaped Greek natural philosophy of classical antiquity, whereby formal attempts were made to […]

02 Nov 18
Gutenberg Books

Source:https://www.gutenberg.org/files/27889   Others abide our question. Thou art free. We ask and ask. Thou smilest and art still, Out-topping knowledge.   _Shakespeare._     Strew on her roses, roses, And never a spray of yew! In quiet she reposes; Ah, would that I did too!   _Requiescat._     To hear the world applaud the […]