When life overwhelms us, when our mind is a whirlwind of thoughts and we are afraid to go under, it is important to refocus on what is truly important and dear to us. The story of the “Jar of Life” tells us that even if our life feels full, there is always room for an […]
I have owned and used both the X10 and the X20. I really loved their versatility and dedicated super-macro mode as well as the very handy f/2-2.8 zoom lens with a broad range of 7.1-28.4mm (28-112mm full frame eq.) But in the end I always ended up selling them off because I always used the […]
I am what I read.
The Rumpus interviews George Saunders on grief, writing about Donald Trump, and the creative process for his new novel, Lincoln in the Bardo.
From Lebanese artist Hady Beydoun: 21feb17. Beirut, Lebanon.
I’m sat at Oren’s on 112th and Broadway, drinking an espresso, hunched over my iPad, snuggled in the comfort that Morningside Heights affords me. I really don’t make it up here as often as I ought, even though Columbia University’s environs contain all I require to chill out: one independent bookstore, two coffeehouses, dogs innumerable […]
By now, you’re probably sick of hearing about what happened at the Oscars. I’m getting a little tired of it, too, even though it was possibly the strangest and most riveting two minutes I’ve ever seen on live television. It left me feeling sorry for everyone involved, but there are at least three bright spots. […]
Nobody told me while my house was falling apart that eventually I would start to see clearly again. By Lauren Apfel
Some chiefs and sheriffs are exemplifying this approach and their departments enjoy above average public support.