What I Read Last Week – 1/16

Inside Ivanka and Tiffany Trump’s Complicated Sister Act | Vanity Fair Epitaph’s Brett Gurewitz On Building – And Shifting – a Punk Empire | Pitchfork Nearing Burnout? Here are 4 Tips from WNYC’s Manoush Zomorodi on Staying Sane | Poynter No, I’m From New York | The New Yorker Lynn Hill | Wikipedia    

Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center

Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center Volunteering with INALJ keeps me consistently looking at job boards and assessing the LIS job market. I also get to do a bit of virtual library tourism when I see a cool job title or library name. I am fascinated by this one. Library AND Environmental Center! WhatContinue reading “Cold Spring Harbor Library & Environmental Center”

Humans of New York and Super Graphic

I’ll make this quick, like these books were in a manner of speaking. They are coffee table books in the sense that they do not follow a narrative and intend to engage readers with visual images. I enjoyed both of these books in that sense. Brandon Stanton, the photographer and mastermind of the project, updatesContinue reading “Humans of New York and Super Graphic”

Science Fiction Double Feature

Neither of these can really considered “Science Fiction”, but they were a double-feature nonetheless. A few weeks ago, some friends and I drove up to Warwick, New York for our annual drive-in trip. Unfortunately we did not plan this trip well around the new releases, but our impossible schedules. Just when we thought that weContinue reading “Science Fiction Double Feature”

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail

A storm is bearing down on the East Coast and there is an eerie calm-before-the-storm sensation outside. People are stocking up on essentials, but at the same time, everyone is hanging-out, just waiting. Waiting for the uncertain. I am about to go into work, but before I go, I wanted to remark that I finishedContinue reading “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail”