Clarks Narrative

20 Feb 19
My Delta

James T. White was a man who made strong choices throughout his life.  He was a man who could have chosen an easier path, but he followed the way he believed God laid out for him.  White was born in New Providence, Indiana on August 25, 1837.  His parents were James and Catherine.   James […]

20 Feb 19
PEOPLE.com

Marvel’s first solo female-lead film starring Brie Larson is already receiving raves among early reviewers

20 Feb 19
The Rest of the Moose

They say good art should challenge you and make you think. Listen to an actor chat about their latest role and you’ll likely hear a phrases like “finding the truth” in a story or character. But then there’s how they do it. Some plays make you feel like you’ve been hit over the head with […]

20 Feb 19
Russia News Now

At Our Wit’s End: Why We’re Becoming Less Intelligent and What It Means for Our FutureEdward Dutton and Michael A. Woodley of MenieExeter, UK: Imprint Academic, 2018 We in the West have long become accustomed to the idea that scientific and technological progress is the normal state of things, although decline—technological deterioration and loss of […]

20 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

Sue Ogrocki/Associated Press Coming out of the All-Star break, the competition for the 2018-19 NBA Most Valuable Player is a three-man race.  James Harden won’t stop scoring. Giannis Antetokounmpo won’t stop dunking. Paul George won’t stop making an impact on both ends of the floor.  Others could force their way into the conversation for the […]

20 Feb 19
IdeAVenue

Just a place to list books that I have finished: Deep Work by Cal Newport But How Do It Know? by J. Clark Scott The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass As well as books I am currently reading: Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software by Charles Petzold […]

20 Feb 19
cooperativelearning.works

A prudent Participatory Budgeting programme in schools can affect the civic engagement and financial success of individuals, businesses and, by extension, the state itself and may vastly improve the life quality for the generations of tomorrow. But, how could such a programme even be feasible for schools today?  Join the conversation on 27 March 2019. [8 […]

20 Feb 19
Jeffrey Pillow — Life, Death, and Everything in Between

I don’t want to be the guy on the side of the road dressed up like a cloud, dancing on the sidewalk, holding a sign that says, “50% off all mattresses. Today only!”

19 Feb 19
Radio Free

<!– –> US Vice President Mike Pence, Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki and Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu (Dominika Zarzycka/NurPhoto) As the diplomatic row between Poland and Israel continues over comments by Israeli officials about Polish history during the Holocaust, foreign lobbying filings show that since taking power the far-right Polish government has […]

19 Feb 19
Bill's space

At the end of January, I completed a read of a rather fascinating book [to my mind anyway ] entitled ‘Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia” written by Billy Griffiths, published in 2018, 376 pages.   A rather special book, presenting a really interesting insight into the deep history of this nation’s Indigenous people, yet also […]

19 Feb 19
HardballTalk

Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated posits that “free agency isn’t broken” because Manny Machado signed a 10-year, $300 million contract on Tuesday. That is simplistic reasoning.

19 Feb 19
Play On Words

What’s in a name? Regardless of where you’re from, the names we are assigned and the names we claim carry great weight. Just ask Christina Shon, author of “A Bright Hope,” which details the journey she–and her given name–took from South Korea to the United States. We fell in love with this lyrical and compelling […]