King Ranch Casserole | Texas Monthly My Three Fathers | The New Yorker Keep Track of the Tiny Details | The New York Times Howard University’s 2020 Homecoming is an Online Celebration During the Pandemic | The Washington Post Have a good week!
In The Meantime | The View From Mrs. Sundberg’s Window C.D.C. Recommends Sweeping Changes to American Offices | New York Times In the COVID-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both | New York Times Surf Fishing’s Salt Meditation | Santa Barbara Independent Did Rutgers Find the Perfect PresidentContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/6/2020”
Happy Pi Day! How the United States Looked Before the EPA | Fortune Thomas Guide Maps: The Rise and Fall of Los Angeles’ Directional Holy Grail | KPCC Best and Worst Fonts for Emails | Business Insider Monica Lewinsky: Emerging from “The House of Gaslight” in the Age of #MeToo | Vanity Fair Can WinterContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 3/14/18”
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:”
via Shelf Check What I Read Last Week: When it comes to jogging, less is more, study | New York Times Why we drink hot chocolate in the winter | The Guardian Maternity leave policies in America hurt working moms | New Republic Guilty, then proven innocent | The Atlantic Diary of the left sharkContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”
Thank you University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Justin The Librarian The Lost Art of the Unsent Angry Letter | The New York Times Sinkhole of Bureaucracy | The Washington Post (Spoiler alert – it is an actual hole) When Mothers Get Moving, Children Are More Active, Too | NPR Meet The Super TaskersContinue reading “What I Read This Week:”
Reading to the Bump: Tips & Books for Expecting Parents Rebecca of Sturdy for Common Things put a call out on Twitter over the weekend for materials that expecting parents can read to their future child. Among the great recommendations, I suggested Curious George. Rebecca then created a a pathfinder with selections like Kevin Henkes’sContinue reading “Reading to the Bump: Tips & Books for Expecting Parents”