Monthly Archives: January 2013

Carbon Emissions Fail: Air Travel

I knew it when I walked along Dockweiler Beach in Los Angeles on Saturday, the wide stretch of sand directly below the flight path of one of the world’s busiest airports: air travel is not good for the earth. Yes, … Continue reading

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Blue lobsters are about one in two million. And yesterday, my uncle caught one. Now, lobstermen are pretty squirrelly so I’m not going to tell you where he got it or even his name.…

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Tribute to This Evening, Courtesy of Pessoa

“Brief dark shadow of a downtown tree, light sound of waterfalling into the sad pool, green of the trimmed lawn — public garden shortly before twilight: you are in this moment the whole universe for me, for you are the full … Continue reading

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