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Morus alba, white mulberry

I’m quite happy, that this Morus alba survived winter in the coldhouse. I bought it last year – I think it was October- in a shopping mall. 150 more words

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Cover Reveal: Mel & The Black Rider

 

Short Stories from The Morus Chronicles

Also in The Morus Chronicles : The Hunter Awakens

At thirteen years old, Mel is too young to become a clan assassin, unless she can survive her master’s death sentence. 241 more words

Writing

MoRUS 2014 Film Festival Photos

Quilas readers may recall from such posts as MoRUS Film Festival at Orchard Alley that I took photos of their two screenings at Orchard Alley Community Garden. 42 more words

New York City

MoRUS Film Festival at Orchard Alley

There is an organization in my neighborhood called the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space. They’re located in the same building as an existing squat, called C‑Squat, at 155 Avenue C. 183 more words

New York City

Morus nigra: Black mulberry, Murbei

Morus nigra, the black mulberry, is a species of flowering plant in the family Moraceae, native to southwestern Asia, where it has been cultivated for so long that its precise natural range is unknown. 79 more words

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Alphabet City

In a recent blog post about taking a dérive (an unplanned walk through an urban environment) on Sutton Place, I mentioned that, because of the geography of Manhattan, there are occasionally Avenues east of First. 501 more words