In many English-speaking countries, the original name, Dia de Muertos, became Dia de los Muertos, through a process called back translation– [Read more]
So today I’ll share a track from Bach’s cello suites, No. 1 in G major, V. Menuets I and II, played by Jean-Guihen Queyras. [Read more]
Flights couldn’t take off without their stewardesses; newspapers couldn’t be printed without the women who set the type; children sat in classrooms with no teachers. [Read more]
I hold that up, turn it slowly around and look from all angles, and I think, it’s entirely possible. [Read more]
The Dutch don’t call it the Dutch Reach, but it’s a move that’s become commonplace throughout the country, [Read more]
…it can still come as a shock to face up to the flat contradiction between the thing we’re sure of, and the thing that actually is. [Read more]
I’m not sure if you noticed the absence of a post from me in your inbox last Saturday.* I’ve been immersed in some in-depth research on both intense pain and life disruption. I hope to finish up with the first very soon. Not sure how long I’ll be researching the second. We were in Oregon […]
You know how Central America kind of makes a corner at Panama?