The Grind House

20 Jun 19
commongardener.wordpress.com

Dear Janice, It’s the shortest day today and it’s cold down on the farm, it is also dry. Farmers, as you will have observed, are never satisfied with the weather. I love a dry winter, there’s no mud but dry is a worry because I also want a hard rain to fall so that all […]

20 Jun 19
TRILLVO

Check out these three amazing artists and learn some more about them!

20 Jun 19
Pestivite's Blog

I am afraid of something I can never avoid. Sand is the enemy. I cannot stand it. If I see it, I recoil. When I touch it, I scream. If you add water, I go mad for a little while. Do you know why? Hell is full of sharp sand. When you lie down in […]

20 Jun 19
kathleen may

Honestly, the gall – for a white man to buy land in Hawai’i, where there were NO TREATIES to cede land to colonizers, gate it off, including an entrance to the Place of Refuge, and then act like HIS MONEY should mean something to us!

20 Jun 19
Cold Coffee Grind

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother drinks!

20 Jun 19
JEWISH HOME LA

Waking Up is Hard to Do Sarah Pachter I recently attended a class given by older rebbetzin who had raised six children, now grown. She described a scene from her younger years when her children spanned the ages of six months to 16 years old. Motzaei Shabbos, she would collapse into bed, dreading Sunday morning. […]

20 Jun 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

This year’s corn crop has been absolutely decimated by constant rain and unseasonably cold weather. Trade wars have collapsed American exports of soybeans to China, as foreclosures and bankruptcies are now rippling through the Midwest’s agricultural sector at disturbing speeds. The US farm lobby said Tuesday that a third farm bailout would be needed if […]

20 Jun 19
MoniqSales

New Labor Forum Editor’s Notes: The more things change, the more they stay the same. To a surprising extent, the super exploitation of early 20th-century workers' lives on, not just in Dhaka and Guangzhou, but also in the US in LA County, the setting of this "Working-Class Voices" essay. Just as in the past, these […]

20 Jun 19
Olympic Styles

[ad_1] Jamal Abdelmaji Eisa Mohammed knows more than most about crossing difficult terrain. At the IAAF World Cross Country Championships Aarhus 2019, he reached the line 85th among 140 finishers on what was widely hailed as the most difficult course in the history of the championships. “Oh god, that race was tough,” said […]

20 Jun 19
UPROXX

The Best and Worst of NJPW Kizuna Road, June 16-17, 2019, on which tag titles change hands and Minoru Suzuki gets some disappointing news.

20 Jun 19
The Toilet Ov Hell

Heh, that makes it sound like I had the discipline to do this monthly.

20 Jun 19
Sweet Alchemy

The first part of this year seemed to yield a high number of sewing and knitting frustrations for me. Projects weren’t turning out well, my motivation to sew or knit was pretty low, I didn’t have any project ideas that were inspiring me. This seems to happen to me every so often—I fall into a […]

20 Jun 19
Lou in the Wild

So I’ve spent about 2 weeks in France over the past month. Here is a glimpse into each region: Cean This was sort of a stopover point. Post 16-hour ferry, pre wine country. Initially, our 48 hour itinerary consisted of a day trip to the northern beaches of Normandy, the Bayeux tapestry and extensive history […]