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America's Radical History Revealed - Part One

This post is the first in a series called “America’s Radical History Revealed”, which will highlight radical reformers, rebels and non-conformists of every stripe… holy men and hell raisers, saints and sinners; I cast no judgements. 214 more words


Upcoming: Cartoon Art Museum Discovers a New Home!

According to KQED, The Cartoon Art Museum signed a 10-year lease for their new home in San Francisco. 135 more words


Letters to the Next President 2.0

The Letters to the Next President 2.0 initiative allows teenagers, ages 13 – 18, to share their opinions and make criticisms known to the potential leaders of our nation. 119 more words


I Went Back

Last Thursday, I learned what was across the street from Town & Country: a homeless shelter.  Actually, it is a homeless drop-in center (there’s a difference).   1,611 more words

Jen Hatmaker

Primer Stories Saves the Internet from Itself One GIF at a Time

When was the last time an animated GIF left you breathless? (And not just because you were laughing so hard you couldn’t breathe.)

Whether you pronounce the file format with a hard G or a soft J, the medium is undeniable. 132 more words


A Dark Promise: The Lotus Gun – Short Film Review

To herald the start of the fourth season of their Film School Shorts on PBS, northern California-based KQED has made the acclaimed short film, The Lotus Gun… 896 more words