I’d like to say that watching Republicans realize that the virus doesn’t care about your politics has brought a grim satisfaction. But it hasn’t. It’s just depressing. Like wit
The COVID pandemic is absolutely decimating the museum world. Most of these institutions, poorly funded and top-heavy with corporate world administrators before this, are also dependent upon admission
Like most of you, I have a pretty limited patience for Cleetus Safaris by the media. But this discussion of the Confederate flag in a town in Alabama is telling, just in the fact that these people are
Like most of you, I am so incredibly angry and frustrated by the national response to COVID-19. The lockdown was necessary. And if we had given it a little more time, we might have been in a better pl
For today’s podcast, I spoke to Connie Chiang, Professor of History and Environmental Studies at Bowdoin College, about her 2018 book Nature Behind Barbed Wire: An Environmental History of the J
Earlier in this series, I posted one of the bizarre General Motors producted short animal films used as shorts before feature films (I think). It’s time to revisit this series, with this lovely
It’s certainly true that the Washington *spit* Redskins and Cleveland Indians badly need to change their names. But let’s not sleep on one of the most offensive names in all of sports, the
This 1946 General Electric film is an attempt to get rural communities to invest in building or expanding their electric supply infrastructure. I’m not going to lie–this is pretty boring.