Month: November 2021
Delighting in the Art History of Southern France: A Family Tour
Julianna Lozada As part of my family’s plan to finally drop me off at college at the Sciences Po, Reims … More
“Pumpkin” By Kristine Moore
Dear Rebecca Solnit, (An Open Letter to White Women)
I recollect of an interview you did some years ago, in which you suggested that there weren’t any Black women to join your group of intellectual warriors. Black women, Indigenous women, Latinas, Asian women, immigrant women and poor women need mentoring to have successful careers.
West Through the Rocky Mountains: A Road Trip 2021 Photo Essay
The landscape of the Rocky Mountains dwarfs human scale in every way with breathtaking views in each moment.
American Junk! How Legends Furniture and Overstock.com Eschew Accountability for Making Expensive Landfill (Waste Series: Part 1)
This longish story, is an invaluable contemporary, cautionary tale on the plight of American-made goods. It’s worth reading if you want to save time, money and energy on important major purchases for should-be durable goods. If it doesn’t last decades, it’s junk.