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”
Remembering the Howard University Librarian Who Decolonized the Way Books Were Catalogued | Smithsonian Magazine From the Archives: The Hareport Chronicles | Los Angeles Times A Very Mango Pie, Inspired By Indian Aunties | New York Times Have a good week!
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”
Runs in the Family | ESPN The Women Who Designed the Pattern for Modern Britain | The Guardian Kacey Musgraves has a Surprise for Nashville | Texas Monthly Matzo Balls and Chiles? It’s Rosh Hashanah with the Flavors of Mexico | The New York Times The Ethnic Studies Kids are Alright | Los Angeles TimesContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 9/13/18”
Collapsible Laundry Basket – I thought it was time to upgrade from the net hamper-turned laundry basked from college and this basket is perfect. Also, Bed Bath and Beyond coupon bonus! LA Dodgers – A friend surprised me for my birthday with a trip to see the LA Dodgers vs the San Francisco Giants. I’mContinue reading “Love List – 10/2”
DC Public Library pitches in to create first-ever library for inmates at DC jail | WAMU Cooking with emoji: We’re taking eggplant back from the bros | NPR No “Cool Girls” allowed: Female friendships at Marvel | Panels How journalist Ann Friedman built a newsletter empire | NewsCred The somewhat weird history of publishing weddingContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
Update: The ‘Wild’ Story Of Cheryl Strayed and Her Long-Lost Half Sister I reviewed Wild and read Strayed’s Dear Sugar column at The Rumpus so my eyes perked up when I saw this headline this morning. I can’t imagine finding out about a half-sibling in adulthood! The article tells the sister’s story of realization and then delvesContinue reading “Update: The ‘Wild’ Story Of Cheryl Strayed and Her Long-Lost Half Sister”
I made my first music purchase suggestion at work (River City Extension) and the Reference Head was told by a patron that I was “very helpful”. We finally removed the circle of comfy chairs at the library that was in the blindspot of the desk. This is mordidly fascinating, and my co-worker has a bagContinue reading “It’s Friday”