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Becoming a Race Director

In late July of last year, the team that had traveled to Liberia months before were having dinner with some of our Liberian friends who had flown in for a conference.   2,009 more words

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happy weekend.

Seeking verdant greens and shade on these hot London days. Happy weekend.

Photograph of Hopkins House, Hampstead on owl’s house london Instagram. If you are in the market for a modern glass house, there’s one for sale, … 23 more words

Architecture

A Great Bird Metaphor in G.M. Hopkins' "Peace" by Brendan Luke

WHEN will you ever, Peace, wild wooddove, shy wings shut,
Your round me roaming end, and under be my boughs?
When, when, Peace, will you, Peace?
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Catholic

Without the Red Line: what is next for Baltimore transportation?

Most Baltimoreans concerned with the Red Line thought the rail project was finished when the election returns came in last November.  The Red Line was an O’Malley project, and when his Lieutenant Governor was beaten to a highway man, what other conclusion could be drawn?  739 more words

Baltimore

SHEA: Our time with the Hopkins Belize Humane Society

Hola from Lanquin, Guatemala! We are en route to our second Global Vets project in Sumpango after leaving Hopkins, Belize two days ago. Our first project at the Hopkins Belize Humane Society was a surreal learning opportunity. 669 more words

2015

76. (Robert Burns)

“Now Burns loses prodigiously by translation.” Thus Hopkins in a letter to Robert Bridges. Though prejudiced against the Scots, Hopkins expresses a fundamental doubt motivated by more than prejudice: whether dialect is intrinsic to Burns’ success, or whether it is a trapping of national pride and performance. 2,007 more words

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