The Forward has published a version of this story here: http://bit.ly/mikvaandbris This is the original which starts out with a bit more color from Madison. A couple of weeks ago, I was having a second breakfast at Madison’s Willy Street Co-op and Joe joined me at my table. Joe is a carpenter I know … Continue reading One Small Cut. Just a Drop of Blood.
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If you have an Android cellphone or mobile device, there’s a good chance you can use it to listen to live FM radio! That might not seem like news for someone who streams radio stations, but what we’re talking about here is actually listening to FM radio over the FM spectrum because there might be … Continue reading The Hidden FM Chip in Your Android
Stoppard at the Jaipur Literature Festival, from the Hindustan Times: Stoppard, whose Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is often compared to Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, believes a society is all about the artists. Without them, the physical world would be a “dystopia”. “We are all believers. We aren’t drones… we’re born to fulfill our … Continue reading Stoppard in India
What I Learned From Wearing My Kippah for a Year On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, I decided to wear my kippah full time. It was the day after America elected Trump and I decided I needed to make a religious and political statement to my fellow citizens to make them more sensitive to a minority. … Continue reading The Hat Trick
The playwright Tom Stoppard has won the David Cohen prize for a lifetime’s achievement in literature, hailed as a “giant of 20th-century British drama” with an “outstanding and enduring body of unfailingly creative, innovative and brilliant work”. On hearing the news, Stoppard, who is 80, said: “Winning a lifetime achievement award, one’s first thought is: … Continue reading The Guardian, Tom Stoppard is ‘bashful’ winner of lifetime achievement award