Category: Open Arts
I’ve started reading The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck on Meraki Radio. This past week Part 1 aired and you can listen to it here: THE MOON IS DOWN PART 1. The show is live on KDRT 95.7FM and streaming anywhere @ kdrt.org on Tuesdays @ 12:30pm PST. This week Part 2 will air
Rebecca Solnit, one of my favorite writers, has a new book out, Orwell’s Roses. I happened upon a 30 minute interview on “Start Making Sense,” The Nation’s podcast. In discussing her book, she talks about politics, pleasure, joy and resistance to authoritarianism. Solnit’s take on George Orwell, the man and his work, was thought provoking.
A companion piece, of sorts, to borkali’s Thursday vibes…
Just wow– a whole new world… https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/nov/06/how-nfts-non-fungible-tokens-are-shaking-up-the-art-world Digital art– Paris Hilton, gotta say, surprises abound–
Gasp worthy images, stunning language.
Woah! What a ride! I always wanted to read Dante’s Inferno. Well, actually, I always wanted to have read it, I think. Not certain I would have ever gotten to it were it not for Mary Jo Bang’s stunning translation. We all know the story so I won’t go into that, but what makes this
Inspiring and inspired. And I love her final thought. : )
I visited Francis today and checked the archive to find the last time he was on the air with me was October 25th 2019. Here’s a link: Alison B, Deema & Francis Cover Experience with Uniforms, the Demands of Protesters in Beirut, and America at Large I vividly remember talking about color with Francis that