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Blood on the clouds

I considered waking at 3 a.m. to see the Blood Moon last night, but this satisfied my sky gazing a few minutes after midnight. A ton of pink clouds against midnight blue? 8 more words



Most of you probably wouldn’t have cause to know this, but when I got back from visiting my family in the US I moved to the outskirts of the Florence city center, drastically impacting my overall commuting time. 1,315 more words


The Maker is a Stranger / the 35mm weavings / Malvina Reynolds "Little Boxes"

The Maker is a Stranger

This project is about man’s cultivation of obsolescence. I have woven on a 2 ½” warp with increasing abstraction, moving out of even weft as a means to dismantle mans’ constant drive for ‘progress’ through uniformity. 707 more words

Heather Emery

Writing twilight

I have a favourite time of day, but I couldn’t tell you when it is. It’s the point when daylight has faded so that everything has a kind of matt dullness, but it’s not ‘dark’. 312 more words


We found love in (Marzahn): an East Berlin bicycle love story

Is there any love story more iconic than the tale of a girl and her bike? After a quick Internet search, I’m puzzled and inclined to say yes, there actually are very few classic romances out there involving a woman and that most practical of leg-powered transport methods. 918 more words


Take a Walk on the Wild Side this Summer in SUST 390 Sustainable Chicago!

This summer, the Sustainability Studies Program at Roosevelt University will offer a SUST 390 Special Topics course, “Sustainable Chicago,” that features a variety of exciting field trips and hands-on learning experiences. 592 more words