DICTATORS Daniel Kalder on what he’s learned upon reading several books written by dictators. Fidel Castro was a great admirer of Ernest Hemingway. He met the hard living, Nobel Prize winning author twice, and kept a signed photo of “Papa” on his desk. Unlike Hemingway, however, Castro was not known for his brevity and could
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AMERICA Tyler Cowen: Why are Americans so loud? I can think of a few hypotheses: 1. At least originally, Americans had much more space than did Europeans, and this is still true to some degree. That induce norms of loudness, which have to some extent persisted. 2. America is a nation of immigrants, with English-language
A brief note on some cool stuff happening down in the desert. If you like Shakespeare and skateboarding — or either of the two! — consider donating to the new project of my friend Veronica Everett in Santa Fe, who is merging those worlds: Can you be an arts revolutionary? We want to Skateboard Shakespaere!
In the deep dark #woods A post shared by MC (@tundra__michael) on Aug 9, 2017 at 6:48pm PDT
Episode 2 of RADIO CADE features Portland artist, facilitator and politico Marissa Johnson, who also happens to be my fiancee and best friend. We discuss our favorite things of 2017 and look ahead to 2018. People, places and things mentioned in this podcast include: “Albuquerque: A City at the End of the World”
A few favorite personal photos from the past year. Some definite faves come via Meow Wolf in Santa Fe. There are way too many of those to put in one post, but Marissa and I will discuss Meow Wolf a bit more in the podcast we’re recording tomorrow. “Wolf Brother,” says Chip. “Where is the
A roundup of wintry images from Twitter. The Darkening 📷Narikka Photography pic.twitter.com/ZQBvp1MsOR — AnnaBelle (@ab_tully) December 12, 2017 Night pic.twitter.com/4Y8278yqTg — wongsusie (@withnomoney) December 22, 2017 pic.twitter.com/JhNi9xNaNk — Lou Beach (@XActo11) December 23, 2017