The current state of affairs
Being worried about money, stressed, unhappy at work; worried about the future seems to be the default setting for a lot of people today. 1,169 more words
Mike Zak, pictured on the left, may very well be the poster child for Buffalo being a city with a heart. Born and bred in South Buffalo, he’s been involved in some way in many of the cause-related organizations around town, including the Buffalo Cooperative Federal Credit Union, Citizen Action, Buffalo Reuse, Grassroots Gardens, PUSH Buffalo, and the WNY Peace Center, just to name a few. 632 more words
Commentary, paintings, drawings and writing by Anita Suzanne Tillemans.
As I have been all my life, in a query about the working of the world through art, writing, studies, observations … wondering just how far we will go, how far we can go in our quest to develop past a state of survival. 319 more words
“… the shuttle would weave and the plectrum touch the lyre without a hand to guide them, chief workmen would not want servants, nor masters slaves.” 922 more words
TARC is already one of the least-polluting, most sustainable ways to get around Louisville (next to biking or walking)…but now your local transit agency is going even GREENER by replacing some of their older, diesel buses with brand new, all-electric buses! 361 more words
We started class by talking about my weird and hippie grading ways. Then we took our first quiz. I didn’t announce it ahead of time because I thought it would be better if we talked about how the grading would work right before they took it (and minimized the potential anxiety about assessments and grades). 390 more words