What I’ve Been Reading – 11/18/2020

The Struggle to Diversify Library Staff, part 1 | Digitization 101 Step Back in Time to California in the 1930s with the ‘WPA Guide to the Golden State’ | KPCC Padma Lakshmi’s “Taste of a Nation” Is a Trojan Horse | The Atlantic How the Ice Cream Truck Made Summer Cool | Smithsonian Magazine GetContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 11/18/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 10/31/2018

Yosemite Finally Reckons with Its Discriminatory Past | Outside Five Secret Southern Ingredients | Garden & Gun This Movie Changed Me: Bend It Like Beckham | On Being Design and Implementation of a Study Room Reservation System: Lessons from a Pilot Program Using Google Calendar | College & Research Libraries Can Salt, Fat, Acid, HeatContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 10/31/2018”

What I’ve Been Reading – 10/31/18

Happy Halloween! The Unbelievable Story of How 3 Podcasters Trolled Their Way into Trolls 2 | Vanity Fair There is a Kind of Feminist Revolution Happening Right Now in Appalachia | The Cut ‘426’, ‘Witch’, ‘Not Creative’: How Fires Get Their Names | The New York Times I am the One Woman Who Has ItContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 10/31/18”

What I’ve Been Reading – 9/13/18

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”

What I Read Last Week – 4/18/18

  Peach Scone – Hobo Johnson & The LoveMakers What Happens When You Track Your Boyfriend | Wired In the Eugenics Era, Mexican American Women Were Prime Targets of Sterilization in California | KPCC On one of L.A.’s Steepest Streets, An App-Driven Frenzy of Spinouts, Confusion and Crashes |Los Angeles Times The Royal Wedding: FrequentlyContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 4/18/18”

What I Read Last Week – 4/4/18

Filipino Food Finds a Place in the American Mainstream | New York Times The Myth of Authenticity is Killing Tex-Mex | Eater Investigation Sheds Light on 1966 Disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz| The Suffolk Times The Killer Nanny Novel That Conquered France | The New Yorker How Washington-Area Activists Fought Segregation at Local Libraries | WAMUContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 4/4/18”

What I am I Reading – 1/17/18

One of the nice parts of joining a gym is that I have access to cable television again. (I have a television, but do not have cable.) I’ve been runited with good ol‘ HGTV and the posse there. When I couldn’t get enough of Fixer Upper I ended up finding the hosts’ (Chip and JoannaContinue reading “What I am I Reading – 1/17/18”

What I’m Reading – 10/25

I didn’t know what to wear to my brother’s funeral | Racked Work and the Loneliness Epidemic | Harvard Business Review Dirty John (Series) | Los Angeles Times It’s Tempting to Dump Your Grievances During a Break-up. Don’t Do It. | Washington Post Nancy Meyers’ Favorite Movie Food Scenes Are Inspired by Ina Garten |Continue reading “What I’m Reading – 10/25”

What I Read Last Week – 12/12

(alt: Evolutionary speaking, mushrooms are technically a type of ghost) What Brands Can Learn from Patagonia’s Gender-Neutral Marketing | Outside Whitewashing the Abuse of Women – in Pictures | Guardian Ideas Worth Stealing: Why this program for ex-offenders is working better in rural areas | Keystone Crossroads Carrageenan Backlash: Food Firms are Ousting a PopularContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 12/12”

What I Read Last Week:

I did this to me — We are our own worst enemies The Falling Man | Esquire (re: related to the 9/11 Attacks) Comedian Phoebe Robinson’s Grub Street Diet | New York Magazine Papa’s Not a Rolling Stone: Low-Income Men and their Children | The American Prospect An Open Letter to the Fastest Jogger inContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”