Red Beans Parade Honors a Culinary Tradition | Louisiana Travel Teaching in Context | KHÔRA What Song Is Playing on a Never-Ending Loop in Your Personal Hell | Cup of Jo Have a good week!
The last time I watched The Bachelorette was when this guy was a contestant (~2003). #stopaskingmeaboutthebachelorette How Domestic Violence on One Home Effects Every Child in a Class | NPR Racial Inequality in the Minneapolis Parks System | The Atlantic How non-English speakers are taught this crazy English grammar rule you know but you’ve neverContinue reading “What I Read Last Week”
PA LibErty Project Beings Testing (and here is the catalog that’s in beta. Pretty cool.) Nashville High Schoolers Train as Baristas to Prepare for The College Grind | NPR The Imitation Game: Applying For-Profit Strategies in the Nonprofit World | Public Libraries Online The Woman Who Took on Nike with Running Shorts | Outside BetaContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
Like white noise, but walrus sounds. Life writing | Rookie How Wal-Mart became the town square in rural America | TPM The GOP is dying off. Literally | Politico How your hometown affects your chances of marriage | New York Times Better tasting strawberry developed at Rutgers makes its debut | Rutgers Today Sex EdContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
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When living out of a car, it’s hard to feel at home | NPR/StoryCorps Five reasons why mothers are an asset in the workplace | The Guardian Universal converter box | xkcd Nine things you should know about the Postal Service | USPS blog Give us this day our daily brew | Her*Meneutics Lost freshmanContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
The Independence Day, 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Winner What I Read Last Week: OkCupid reveal it’s been lying to some of its users. Just to see what’ll happen | Washington Post Why one New Jersey school district killed its student laptop program | Arstechnica As pharma jobs leave N.J., office space ghost townsContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
http://dailymail.com/News/Kanawha/201302220097 “It’s about time that the library is no longer going to have a parasitic relationship with the Board of Education,” said school board President Pete Thaw. “It’s always been grossly unfair that we had to give money out of the classroom to support the library.” That money saved better going to building up theContinue reading “Kanawha school board no longer forced to help fund library”