What I Read Last Week:

Ina Garten does it herself | Eater The long, strange history of ABC Family | The New Republic California becomes 2nd state to automatically register voters | NPR Pittsburgh evaluates its hundreds of staircases for first time | Keystone Crossroads California approves a sweeping digital privacy law | NPR ‘Uncensored: information antics’ at MLK libraryContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Inside a coal ash community that can’t use its tap water Coffee horror: parody pokes at environmental absurdity of k-cups | NPR Abortion isn’t about the right to privacy. It’s about women’s right to equality | Guardian ‘Parks and Recreation’ takes on online privacy. And it hits close to home | Washington Post Sign-language interpreterContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”