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2019

Burn It All to the Ground

The folks at More in Common just released the results of a study that “explores how Americans tend to have + more

Making Myrtle Proud

To see just how fast things came together for the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center exhibit, check out this time-lapse + more

“Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria!”

Though this is an interesting and welcome admission – inasmuch as writers have historically been the Dalits of this business + more

Poetry Break

from BROKEDOWN PALACE Robert Hunter River gonna take me Sing me sweet and sleepy Sing me sweet and sleepy all + more

More Bad News

As a follow-up to yesterday’s post, I’m sure that none of you will be shocked to learn that women rate + more

Yes! I’m a Victim!

A study published nearly 20 years ago found that attractive children and adults were not only judged more positively than + more

How Much Radiation Is Too Much?

When I was a kid, my stepdad kept a spinthariscope in his sock drawer.* And every once in a while + more

Miscellany

Sorry, but there’s no such thing as a photographic memory, you can’t learn while you sleep, and multi-tasking is impossible. + more

Friends along the Way

My friend Darrell Sullens passed away May 26. Darrell served in the Navy aboard the USS Pickerel, and was a + more

Architectural Royalty

I. M. Pei recently passed away, but not without leaving a legacy of several iconic buildings from around the world. + more

Fat Tuesday

After studying several instances of what we now call “spontaneous human combustion,” French agronomist Pierre-Aimé Lair (1769-1853) discovered that most + more

Some Reading for the Long Weekend

I’m out early tomorrow, so here’s an assignment and a recommendation, in that order: Caitrin Keiper’s “Do Elephants Have Souls?” + more

Turns Out Technology Isn’t All Bad

Remember that post I wrote three years ago about Irv Teibel and his Environments records? Of course you do. As + more

There’s a Lesson in There Somewhere

In a conversation about grammar and style over at Literary Hub, Mary Norris and Benjamin Dreyer were asked the number + more

Opposites Attract

One of my favorite books is The End of Print: The Graphic Design of David Carson. The now-famous 1995 publication achieved + more

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