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Pit Stories: Korn and Kisses

Cross posted from my music blog RocknRoses

2006, See You on the Other Side tour. This was not my intro to shows. Not at all. It was, however, my first concert as a date. 723 more words

Life

A Future That Works

Guest post by Mike Nickerson

These are challenging times.

How do we get a civilization that has been growing for 10,000 years to realize it is grown up now?  536 more words

Community

Celebrate Earth Day & Sustainable Living at the 2018 Old Home Earth Day Event

By: Susanna Kam
In celebration of Earth Day, the Glebe Community Association Environment Committee, in partnership with SmartNET Alliance, the Peace and Environment Resource Centre, Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op ( 507 more words

Ottawa

'Black Panther' Ignites the Next Generation of Fandom Movements

Originally posted at Pop Culture Collab

“It’s Panther season, family.”

My cousin recently said this to me after I asked how her freshman year at an Ivy League university was going. 1,578 more words

Movies

2017 Year in Review

Cross-posted from All Things Linguistic.

In 2017, podcasting turned from a fun new experiment into a real, self-sustaining project, I checked off half of the American states on my have-visited list thanks to conference rotation (lifetime, not just in this year), and I got my book way closer to being a real thing you’ll get to see soon. 1,587 more words

Interviews

Cross-Post: Sword and Shield Workshops 2018

Roland Warzecha will be teaching workshops on the Viking shield, high medieval shields, and the buckler at the Geschichtspark Bärnau-Tachow on the Czech border. The Geschichtspark is a unique location, with replicas of an 8th century Slavic settlement, a 10th century motte and church, and a 13th century village embedded in farmland on the edge of a small Bavarian town. 50 more words

Medieval

The Crisis of Progressive Neoliberalism

Nancy Fraser –

How should we understand the crisis of the current moment? Is the election of President Trump a temporary aberration or does it reflect deeper political trends—both in the United States and elsewhere? 574 more words