What I’ve Been Reading – 7/27/2020

A Different Kind of Rebel | The Goat Rope The Perfect Conditions For A Great Idea | Medium The Flexible Work Fallacy | Aeon John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80 | New York Times My Statement on the Passing of Representative John Lewis | Medium The Political Genius of JohnContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/27/2020”

Currently

listening :: I’ll Have Another  and King Falls AM; eating :: chicken pad see ew (welcome, IDW); watching :: the Olympic trials; reading :: a stack of People back issues and Endangered Species; wanting :: my wireless DVD/streaming player to actually work and just a little more rain; writing :: more words and back-blog posts;Continue reading “Currently”

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:”

What I Read Last Week:

We had a teen interview his teachers about their favorite music | Noisey/Vice How can community colleges get a piece of the billions that donors give to higher education | New York Times How we made…Now That’s What I Call Music | The Guardian West Virginia coal country sees new era as Donald Blankenship isContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Salt of Kanawha County Your adult siblings may be the secret to a long, happy life | NPR Kentucky jail uses tunnel to grow fresh food | USDA blog SheRides, a New York taxi service aimed at women, finds a loyal following | New York Times Grant energizes Springdale Junior-Senior High School | Pittsburgh Post-GazetteContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

Kanawha school board no longer forced to help fund library

http://dailymail.com/News/Kanawha/201302220097 “It’s about time that the library is no longer going to have a parasitic relationship with the Board of Education,” said school board President Pete Thaw. “It’s always been grossly unfair that we had to give money out of the classroom to support the library.” That money saved better going to building up theContinue reading “Kanawha school board no longer forced to help fund library”