“I thought maybe I could just talk to people for two years and report back about what happened, but then I started seeing all this research and it started to explain why I enjoyed having these interactions.”
Edward Liberty’s Boston location gave him fresh proximity to his maturing sons and influence upon them
An interview, an author, and 500 local innovations
“From everything I’ve seen, it was the first … trial of the century.”
An incredibly diverse genre with anti-racist roots, historically panned by snobby critic dicks
“I think it was important, a way of restoring their humanity, to give them back their names.”
From the podcast to the book, Wayne Federman chronicles the business of joke-telling.
Michael Blanding’s new book goes beyond what “scholars have previously realized.” “At the very least it should be explored.”
Robinson also passionately advocates direct democracy and popular participation in small scale, but he is oddly reserved about capitalism, which underlies climate change and prevents action to abate it.
Virtual event this weekend.