With so much time at home now’s the moment for Americans to look inward, and to look forward to ask ourselves who we want to be as a people.
On March 7th at 5pm see Lindsay Curren at the Philadelphia Flower Show in the Gardener’s Studio for a talk on her art show, 31 Days of Urban Agriculture.
Human life is messy, and human beings even more so. Working out our “stuff” together is no easy feat. And it’s made no easier by the flood of all kinds of information into our minds, too much of which pollutes our internal lives rather than edifying our personal existence. The powerful tsunami of junk info […]
Ever since we first got together my husband and I have talked about how to respond to one of our key shared interests — peak oil. For us this means, first of all, a conservation-minded approach to life — using less energy, wasting less, and relying on reusable materials such as hankies and eco-cups, carrying […]
My friend Cate Fitt, an artist and fellow blogger, shared a video on Facebook (man, I love Facebook) that really blew my mind. It’s from that inspiration that I wrote this piece. Thanks Cate! Ink it, don’t think it I’ve had a long time love of old school printing presses. I love the quality and […]
The old days are gone and there’s more than a few analysts who don’t see the high life ever returning. They say that the peak of cheap oil production in 2006 means economic growth is over. Instead, we can expect a continual contraction of the economy that will ultimately affect us all. Whether its fate, […]