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Photo of the Day: Adam Clark

Austin Ross; La Grave, France. Photo by Adam Clark
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Civilization, Transformation and Collapse by Kurt D. Springs, M. Litt

The subject of how civilizations, cultures, and states vanish has long been a topic of interest for historians, political theorists, philosophers, and archaeologists. It is also a subject of interest to writers especially in science fiction and fantasy, from mythical lost civilizations to major scholarly works like Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire to popular movies such as V for Vengeance. 126 more words


Leisure & Young Married Women in Malta by Stephanie Borg & Marilyn Clark

The impact of leisure on personal development and subjective well-being makes it a critical issue in women’s studies. Leisure time gives women the space in which they can experiment with different lifestyles, as well opportunities for identity development. 275 more words


the urban running that has a narrative

For a someone who grew up in a city-state like the Netherlands China’s dimensions are just mind-blowing. One of those expat glossies that cater to my ilk regularly has a well-written cover article (although the bulk is food, fashion and partying – which probably tells you something about my kind). 412 more words

(trail) Running

It's a Weekend of Everything that Flies!

Have you ever experienced dreaming while you are fully awake?? Well, believe it or not, I just had it last February 15, 2015. It’s the last day of the 19th hot air balloon fiesta held at Clark FreePort Zone, Pampanga and they’re true to their word: It’s a weekend of everything that flies. 2,052 more words


Family cemeteries, no. 16: Holmes-Clark.

No one knows where Joseph R. Holmes is buried. It stands to reason, though, that it might be here.

I owe this entire post to the inestimable Kathy Liston, a Charlotte County archaeologist who has immersed herself in the history of the area’s African-American families. 471 more words

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