What I’ve Been Reading – 7/26/2021

The Biology of Grief | The New York Times A Brief History of the Midwest Supper Club | Taste Benji is One Down Dog | Texas Monthly Why We Watch Relationships Fall Apart | The Atlantic Everything you need to know about the region’s data centers | Northern Virginia Melvyl Through Time | UC LibrariesContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/26/2021”

What I’ve Been Reading – 5/10/2021

Wake Me Up When Senior Year Ends | Tiger Times Online The Curse of Reading and Forgetting | The New Yorker The Right Right Thing To Do | Aeon Without God or Reason | Commonweal Magazine Stop Spending Time on Things You Hate | The Atlantic Google Fixes Two Annoying Quirks in Its Voice AssistantContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 5/10/2021”

What I’ve Been Reading – 2/22/2021

“Reunion” (Poem) | Charles Wright Frog and Toad Tentatively Go Outside After Months in Self-Quarantine | McSweeney’s Passing the Time With the Ghosts in the Dirt | Texas Monthly Ray Ford: Lessons From Past Taught in Santa Barbara Backcountry | Noozhawk Love the Fig | The New Yorker Vivian Stephens Helped Turn Romance Writing IntoContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/22/2021”

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 – 4/4/18

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 Read Last Week:

via A fresh look at Appalachia : 50 years after the war on poverty ‘Can you dig it?’ The Warriors, 35 years later | Esquire You’ve got Nora: A Valentine’s Day tribute to Nora Ephron | Vanity Fair Leaving only footsteps? Think again | New York Times State of emergency declared in West Virginia after trainContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”