“One element that survived the entire duration of the show is the set of mixed media pieces covered with things you might find in a pair of pants.”
David Farley spends a month volunteering in a refugee camp on the Greek island of Chios
At the top of the SLS will be the Orion, the capsule designed to take astronauts—men and, yes, now women—as far as Mars (come the 2030s).
Was the Women’s March “… the most successful protest in U.S. history”?
“Cracking the code of the man who packs [Trump’s] ideological lunch.”
“Boomers live in the past and have ransomed the future. Millennials fear the future and are ignorant of the past.”
“Travel writing, like pop music, abhors a vacuum,” Michael Meyer, author of several books on travel and associate professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh, wrote in an email to City Paper. “There always has to be The Next Place to Go, or the Best City You’ve Never Heard Of. If it’s not Baltimore or Greenpoint or St. Paul, then it’s Pittsburgh.”
Alex Gordon surveys 150 years of writing about Pittsburgh and whether or not this type of boosterish frivolity helps the city’s residents — specifically people of color
“The lesson is simple: populism rises above all other concerns in Alabama.
“…the ferocious pace of change in media at that point, and the need for novelty, for an answer, any answer, meant that a character like Milo (a charismatic conservative chameleon) could walk right in.”