Mr. Turner: where to begin? In media rēs as the film does? Time trip into the present and the fated commercial/museum blockbuster tie-in: JMW Turner Painting Set Free (brought to […]
All afternoon on Sunday, yesterday, I had this buzzing at the back of my mind. Typically I don’t care for sermons and usually arrive at church just as it is […]
“Neonicotinoid pesticides can poison bees directly, but even low-level exposure can lead to sublethal effects such as a compromised immune system, altered learning, and impaired foraging, effectively exacer- bating the […]
http://libcloud.s3.amazonaws.com/93/88/f/3354/Gardeners-Beware-Report-11.pdf Bee Health is our #1 concern at this moment and here is a link to the Friends of the Earth report on chemicals that affect bee health.
We approach this last day of May 2014, the commemorative of Walt Whitman’s birthday in 1819, the birth year of Melville, one hundred and ninety-five years ago, that he died […]
In the mountains of North Carolina on a lazy Memorial Day Sunday, I was catching up on back issues of the Sunday New York Times. In the Sunday Magazine of […]
Arriving at Gatwick in early March of 2003, the first thing I did after emerging from Immigration, was buy a Time Out for the train into London, to check out […]