Doreen Odom, the Managing Director of the Mental Health Project for the Urban Justice Center in New York City, was kind enough to answer some questions for us about her work, and here is what she had to say.
*** The Ottomanelli family has been selling meats to the nice carnivores of New York City for nearly five generations. The business started from a sole pushcart in 1900 before branching out into a popular walk-in shop in Greenwich Village and a butcher store/restaurant in Woodside, Queens. Over the years, regular folk and bold-faced names, … Continue reading New to the Hamptons – Home Delivery from S. Ottomanelli & Sons Prime Meats
In late May 2020, Netflix released the 2008 Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender.
We’ve got an overdue review for Persona 5 Royal, released on PS4 March 31st.
*** “Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” Ralph Waldo Emerson, Essays: First Series (1841). Carol Ward recommended that I speak with Victor Carinha of Journey Lab–she said that I’d really enjoy and appreciate his work. She generally knows what she … Continue reading Journey Lab – Our Q&A with Artistic Director Victor Carinha
*** We thought it might be interesting to see what Jonathan Todres has been up to since we last discussed his book Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law, co-authored with Sarah Higinbotham. He was kind enough to answer a few questions over email. Here’s what he had to say. *** Jonathan … Continue reading Preventing Child Trafficking – Catching up with Law Professor Jonathan Todres
Greetings from the war zone.
A poem by Erik La Prade.
French people have been jogging, drinking, eating, buying all the farine (flour) and pois chiches (chickpeas), and engaging in mandatory apéro (evening gathering) on Houseparty.
We’ve invited you to wallow in your COVID-fueled paranoia and claustrophobia, but today we ask you to look forward.