Signal Hill, California

During stay-at-home orders I went on a family history research bender. I learned during this bender that my father’s mother’s mother’s father’s father (my third great-grandfather) was buried in Sunnyside Cemetery (formerly Signal Hill Cemetery) in Signal Hill, California near Long Beach. He was born in Hubertshofen near Donaueschingen, Germany and immigrated to the UnitedContinue reading “Signal Hill, California”

What I’ve Been Reading – 7/27/2020

A Different Kind of Rebel | The Goat Rope The Perfect Conditions For A Great Idea | Medium The Flexible Work Fallacy | Aeon John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80 | New York Times My Statement on the Passing of Representative John Lewis | Medium The Political Genius of JohnContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/27/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 7/24/2020

On Performing Gratitude | Jezebel Do Opposites Attract? Experts Say There’s a Sweet Spot | Well and Good NYC Working Through a Personal Crisis | Harvard Business Review What Makes Some People More Resilient Than Others | The New York Times I Can’t Be a Writer If I Don’t Write Every Day | The CutContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/24/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 7/13/2020

Library’s MARCO Brings Wi-Fi Lifeline and Books to Those In Need During Shutdown | Dauphin County Library System UCSB Library to House Mitchell Kriegman’s Papers | UCSB Library Fishermen and Researchers Consider Rig Removals | Santa Barbara Independent One Way to Address LA’s Racial Inequality? Build More Parks in Communities of Color | LAist AsContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/13/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 7/6/2020

In The Meantime | The View From Mrs. Sundberg’s Window C.D.C. Recommends Sweeping Changes to American Offices | New York Times In the COVID-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both | New York Times Surf Fishing’s Salt Meditation | Santa Barbara Independent Did Rutgers Find the Perfect PresidentContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/6/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 6/22/2020

Many Wishes, Many Splashes and the Fountains at the Met Fill Up | The New York Times The Little-Known History of Japanese Internment on Angel Island | KQED Working Parents Are Hitting a Wall. Employers Don’t Want to Lose Them | CNN Business

What I’ve Been Reading – 6/8/2020

A Personal Message (about Race in America) | Trevor A. Dawes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar reflects on the George Floyd protests | Los Angeles Times Sisterhood is Scarce | Harvard Business Review Women at Work (Podcast) 5 Reasons Why On-Site Communication Will Be Key in a Post-Coronavirus Wold | Hotel News Resource Have a good week!

What I’ve Been Reading – 6/1/2020

Feels Like Home: Reflections on Central Library | Los Angeles Public Library The C.E.O. Who Called Trump Racist (And Sold a Lot of Spice Mix) | The New Yorker Black Sunday: Darkness Falls in the PA Wilds | Pennsylvania Wilds The Work You Do, the Person You Are | The New Yorker Where Do EelsContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 6/1/2020”