As I lament over the occasional lack of running water and/or food choices and/or American holidays, I take comfort in the fact that I (usually) have reliable Wifi at my host families house. 806 more words
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Crossing over the neck of West Penwith, the faithful Morris Minor rattles its way down into St Ives. St Ives itself has managed to avoid the worst of the Council’s building frenzy, even though its population has only grown by 22% since the 1960s. 869 more words
LINDEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Eight people were hurt Wednesday morning when a NJ TRANSIT bus loaded with passengers and three tractor-trailers collided during the morning rush, New Jersey State Police said. 189 more words
As I wend my increasingly weary way westwards, Carn Brea looms into sight. Icon of Cornwall for those who hail from the west, Carn Brea stares over a landscape in the throes of ‘regeneration’, no doubt silently pondering WTF is going on down there. 1,877 more words
Dr. Gary Scudder discusses how he uses the Peter O’Neill painting Making the First Move in his Concepts of the Self class. He explains how he uses the painting, first untitled and then identified by its title, to inspire discussion on the meaning of art and the role of narrative, referencing the Linden and Freeland books.