Celebrating the Birth of Surfing in California | Santa Barbara Independent Andrew Leonard’s Santa Barbara Scenes | Santa Barbara Independent The Racism of the Great Outdoors | Washington Post Why Printers Are the Worst | NPR It all amounts to something | Santa Barbara Independent ‘From the Serious to the Seriously Weird’ | The NewContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/21/2022”
Good news (for now) for one of SoCal’s Most Popular Surf Spots | LAist Rule plans to retire from Cabell County Public Library | The Herald-Dispatch Return of the Pied-a-terre | The New York Times I tackled my climate anxiety by becoming a Parks Department Super Steward | New York Magazine 91-year-old Lassen National ParkContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/14/2022”
File Under L | Rutgers University Alumni Association Lessons From Past Taught in Santa Barbara Backcountry | Noozhawk Love the Fig | The New Yorker Vivian Stephens Helped Turn Romance Writing Into a Billion-Dollar Industry. Then She Got Pushed Out. | Texas Monthly On Witness and Repair: A Personal Tragedy Followed By Pandemic | VanityContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 1/10/2022”
The story behind the mysterious crests on old San Francisco homes | SFGate Library in Tiny Alaskan Village Tackles Housing Shortage | Programming Librarian At the edge of Santa Barbara County, Cuyama is Central California’s cowboy valley of enchantment | SFGate Have a good week!
Why Saying Chinese Food is “Unhealthy” is a Recipe for Racism | Well + Good NextDoor is Quietly Replacing the Small-Town Paper | OneZero How COVID-19 is Speeding Up Change Process in the Digital Workspace | CMS Wire LexisNexis To Provide Giant Database of Personal Information to ICE | The Intercept Have a good week!
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez On Her Catholic Faith and the Urgency of Criminal Justice Reform | America An Unintended Consequence | UCSB The Current A Recipe for Connection | Tablet Fencing: The Perfect Sport for Women | Her Campus at MSU How a Donkey Became My Running Partner | The New York Times Podcast Gives SBCC StaffContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 3/15/2020”
Resolutions, PA Style | Pennsylvania WILDS The Internet’s Most Incredible Collection of Food History Has Been Saved | Eater Former Amoeba Music Music Manager Now Works As An Echo Park Librarian | The Eastsider LA Rest in Pieces, Dave Thomas Circle | The Washingtonian Last Night Out | Slate An Incomplete History of Spice inContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 3/8/2020”
Embroiled in Multiple Hollywood Sex Scandals, Charlotte Kirk Breaks Her Silence | Los Angeles magazine Drawing the Line: How Libraries Handle the Legacy of Racist Murals | American Libraries Vivan Howard’s Christmas Ode to the Piggly Wiggly | Garden & Gun More Seats at the Table: Diversity in Librarianship Starts With Hiring | American LibrariesContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 3/1/2021”
“Reunion” (Poem) | Charles Wright Frog and Toad Tentatively Go Outside After Months in Self-Quarantine | McSweeney’s Passing the Time With the Ghosts in the Dirt | Texas Monthly Ray Ford: Lessons From Past Taught in Santa Barbara Backcountry | Noozhawk Love the Fig | The New Yorker Vivian Stephens Helped Turn Romance Writing IntoContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/22/2021”
Eduardo Diaz On The Efforts To Create A National Museum Of The American Latino | NPR Self-Knowledge Can Help You Strengthen Your Romantic Relationships | Gretchen Rubin Mason Gross Student Designs Two Recent New Yorker Covers | Rutgers Today “Calendar Days” (Poem) | Jake Adam York ‘Hi Haters’: Why New Jersey’s Twitter Account Is LikeContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/8/2021”