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1. Fahrenheit 451 - another book they no doubt would like to burn
Fahrenheit 451 - another book they no doubt would like to burn
Ray Bradbury creates a future society in "Fahrenheit 451" that avoids anything that causes emotional upset whether it be conflicts between spouses, a sad film, a poem, or a book about history or literature. Instead the society encourages anything that distracts its citizens and keeps them "happy"...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:42:55
2. Making it through the rye
Making it through the rye
Holden Caulfield is told that he is being booted out from his boarding school and sent home in a few days because he is flunking in four out of five subjects and not applying himself. So what do you do if you are Holden and you are only sixteen? Why not leave school a few days early, go to New ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 19:45:28
3. Kiev, the Dnieper River, and a beach
Kiev, the Dnieper River, and a beach
First day in Kiev, and we found ourselves about 30 feet from the right edge of this bridge that sits on the Dnieper River--problem was that there were five lanes or so of Kiev traffic in the way and we were on foot. We had to dodge the Kiev drivers to get on the bridge. It made you feel that you...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:41:47
4. Franny and Zooey - what is worth embracing no matter what
Franny Glass has had enough with the world. She wants out. While out on a pre-football game lunch date with her rah-rah Ivy-league boyfriend, she reveals her sudden revulsion with her whole college life and lifelong acting ambitions. She wants nothing to do with the egotistical types in her thea...
books-poetry-writing - Mon, 10 Mar 2014 17:06:27
5. The red rocks of Sedona
If you look closely in the smoothness in front of the eruption of red rock, you may be able to see the hiker (or climber?). But you could stand where I am (way back and perched like a bird with my camera), and take this view in and appreciate where you are and what you are seeing. Sedona is spe...
arts-and-design - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 03:49:44
6. Hiking in Phoenix in Spring
Spring time in Phoenix is getting-hot time, but not so hot that you can not go outside and take a hike in the hills. There are loads of hiking trails within a half hour by car from Phoenix, and many look something like this--with some bush, some cacti, and some hills. And yes, forget about find...
arts-and-design - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 03:46:52
7. A short baby-boomer (winter) holiday
One of the best weeks I had in the last few years was during the winter, and it was an impromptu "short" baby-boomer holiday. Which is what, exactly? It's not driving down to Florida, renting a place a few blocks from the ocean for a month or three, and then alternately golfing and shopping and...
travel-and-places - Sat, 18 Jan 2014 03:19:47
8. Ottawa River sunset
When you look at this sea gull, you have to wonder whether he can really be as zoomed into the moment as it appears. The sun is going down on the Ottawa River in late November, and he appears in total balance--and not only balanced on one leg-- as the colors glow then fade into gray.
arts-and-design - Fri, 17 Jan 2014 17:18:45
9. The fecundity of Vancouver
Rain and drizzle, and patches of sun, and just the right temperatures, make Vancouver one of the most fecund cities in the western hemisphere. Be assured, come April, it will be happening in the gardens and parks and balcony baskets throughout the city. Spring in Vancouver is obvious. It will g...
arts-and-design - Mon, 13 Jan 2014 22:15:55

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