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Natchez Trace
The Natchez Trail
Ari J Kaufman

I had never been inside a true Juke Joint, so I hadn’t the faintest idea what to expect
A Hapa in Hawaii
Nalani Roe 3.9.20
For the first time in my life, I was with kids who, despite our differences, shared the same cultural experiences.
Medellin, Columbia
Tom Glaister
Best Kept Travel Secret
33 Hours on a Bogata Bus
Dan Gringold

The driver slams on the brakes again, the bus tilts forward, and you shake awake, wondering whether it was a car or a farm animal that was nearly crushed.
Portugal Tram
Workawaying in Portugal: Adventurous Language Learning - Joseph Oberwinzer
My first thought was “I must flee at once.”
Kundadri Hill
Shubhi S

It has been said that “to witness best of the scenes one has to have the zest and the zeal to travel outstation”.

How Much Longer?
James Campion
How long can we endure curfews? Restrictions? Isolation? - There is no America without money flowing freely. Freedom? This is what we call buying stuff.
Coronavirus: Donald Trump's Katrina
James Campion 3.13.20
To slap some lipstick on this pig, he put on a baseball cap and lied about everyone being able to get a test for it. Hardly anyone can be tested.
The Lazarus Week
James Campion
Joe Biden Rises from Political Oblivion to Become Democratic Frontrunner in One Insane Week
Fascism 101
James Campion 02.21.20
The Swift Erosion of Democracy
The most formidable faction of our legislative branch has been severely compromised by fear and a lust for keeping power
Epidemics and Modern Society
Indiana Lee
If our understanding and technology are so good, why do some diseases continue to pop up?

Living with a Liar: My Experience with Dyslexia

Alice Ohlandt

Learning how to work with, instead of against, my trickster, dyslexia
Deja Vu all over again
Sam North
Reflections on writing a pandemic novel Social Media Tips
Nonprofit Management & Social Media Marketing Tips
Indiana Lee

There are plenty of ways to go about nonprofit marketing in an effective, above-board manner.
Roman Priests

Brian Appleton
A boyhood in Italy - There were three other Catholic priests who were important in my childhood ...

REVIEWS Film & Books
La Creta Returns
Dean Borok
Like Satan, she was known by many names, all of which related to that most alluring and reviled aspect of the female physiognomy.
Martin Green
I was 23 years old when I came out from New York to San Francisco in the 1960’s and, looking back, was even younger as regards experience of life.
The Last Ferry out of Vancouver

Sam Hawksmoor

Kira looked back at the house and had a strong feeling she’d never see it again.
Why are George Orwell's Essays's So Good?
James Morford

Orwell often lived the lives of those he wrote about, be they soldiers, miners, or the down and out waiting to die in hospitals for the poor.

Blood Meridian of The Evening Redness in the West
by Cormac McCarthy
Shakil Rabbi
McCathy’s novel recreates the borderlands between America and Mexico deftly and beautifully
La Peste
La Peste (The Plague)
by Albert Camus,
Charlie Dickinson

The scourge of millennia, the bubonic plague has come to Oran.
Trump in the White House
by Bob Woodward

Stevellie Wheeler review
"We’re in crazytown. I don’t even know why any of us are here. This is the worst job I’ve ever had.”

Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas ...ad infinitum - Augustus de Morgan
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