Lane Moore's

22 May 19
Thoughts of a Taoist Bookseller

Last week, I posted a review of How to Be Alone by Lane Moore. Though the book was not what I expected it to be, I did connect to Moore’s dilemma. I too have just not been lucky when it comes to friends. The book made me think a lot about my social life (or lack […]

21 May 19
17-24-30 no to hate crime campaign

By Mark Joyce, A few weeks have passed since our final Act of Remembrance took place in Soho to mark the 20th anniversary of the London nail bomb attacks. The three acts of remembrance in Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho were both a memorial to the victims of the attacks and a celebration of the […]

20 May 19
Washington County Sheriff's Office

On 17 May 19 Deputy Zide responded to Marietta Township in reference to a possible domestic.  In speaking with all parties it was determined to be unfounded. On 17 May 19  Deputy McKee responded to 721 Old River Road, Little Hocking, OH, in reference to Weston Hickman being involved in a domestic violence incident. Weston […]

20 May 19
Complex Distractions

On his first non-soundtrack album since 2013s Pangea Ultima, Steve Moore goes deep. Beloved Exile is the musician’s most accomplished and engaging work yet, working with Tunisian singer/songwriter Emel Mathlouthi, harpist Mary Lattimore, and veteran percussionist Jeff Gretz. Along with the acerbic wit of Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle coming up with the album and song […]

16 May 19
Why is American Healthcare a Black Box?

The HITECH Act created an immense opportunity for healthcare providers with the appropriate tools and culture to thrive by engaging with their patient populations. There are example after example where organizations are skating quickly towards who the payor is becoming, the patient. Couple the rise of mobile devices with the advent of organizations like The […]