The Outside Story The Canada Goose Migration: A Grand Spectacle of Nature By Susan Shea The musical honking of Canada geese and their V-shaped flocks streaming overhead are classic signs of autumn. I hear the clamor of geese as they fly low over my house, preparing to land in the hayfield in our valley. Sometimes... Continue Reading →
Alive in the Flapping of Infinite Orange Wings Monarch butterflies’ epic annual migration from North America to Mexico inspires an anthropologist to reflect on this insect’s precarious life cycles through the lens of “multispecies ethnography.” By GIDEON LASCO 1 NOV 2022 Gideon Lasco is an anthropologist and a physician based in Manila, the Philippines. He obtained his... Continue Reading →
Bright College Years … Road Trip!
[Mardi Gras was officially March 10, 2022, but the parades began in New Orleans on January 6. As memorable as my time on campus was from 1966-1970, so of the most outstanding times were when we ventured off the campus. SB SM] It was the ultimate road trip. It was senior year in college. My... Continue Reading →
If you find Mesmerism, Mysticism, Drugs, and Sex appealing …
Babylon Berlin is For You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XV202fHfAnQ TV SERIES : FOREIGN FILM HIGHLIGHT A recommendation from Silverbelle Mimi (Post Island SBs) For an intriguing and atmospheric trip to the Weimar Republic in the wild and sexy 1920's, head to my favorite foreign series,Babylon Berlin. The series opens with a mystery and solving crime is the ostensible... Continue Reading →