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  • London Exploration, Large and Small

    If you want to explore London this weekend, there are some exciting options available. The biggest, of course, is the annual Open House weekend. Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
  • Survival of the Supernaturalist

    Since it seems to be the season for critiquing evolutionary psychology, some may be interested in a recent Nation article, “Survival of the Sexiest: How... Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Cris
    PHILOSOPHY, DEBATE, SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION
  • Book Review – Saga Vol. 3 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples

    Yes, I have now caught up with the current releases and have to wait until November for vol. 4 of the excellent Saga (I don’t buy individual issues). Read more

    The 18 September 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • A Theory of the Color of Dyes

    Image credit: Kanwal Jahan.Colors convey ideas and emotions in such fundamental ways that being able to capture and use them has been an important component of... Read more

    The 17 September 2014 by   Scarc
    SCIENCE
  • Book Review – Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King

    Dolores Claiborne was housekeeper to a wealthy woman who died. Now she has a confession to make, and it’s not one the police are expecting. Read more

    The 17 September 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Progressive Notes

    Whilst this is not the next post in my series on “progress,” I want to share some notes I’ve taken while preparing for that post. Read more

    The 14 September 2014 by   Cris
    PHILOSOPHY, DEBATE, SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION
  • Book Review – Batman: Dark Victory by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale

    Batman: Dark Victory is a sequel to the excellent The Long Halloween, in which a serial killer known as Holiday murdered people over the span of a year, and... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Juno and the Paycock, Bristol Old Vic

    Juno and the Paycock, Des McAleer (Captain Boyle) and Niamh Cusack (Juno). Photo: Stephen Vaughan. ‘The world’s in the grip of change for Juno and her peacock o... Read more

    The 11 September 2014 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • Interrogating Progress (Part 1)

    “Men and societies frequently treat the institutions and assumptions by which they live as absolute, self-evident, and given. They may treat them as such withou... Read more

    The 10 September 2014 by   Cris
    PHILOSOPHY, DEBATE, SPIRITUALITY, RELIGION
  • Mary Mitchell, Resident Scholar

    Mary MitchellMary Mitchell, a doctoral candidate in the history and sociology of science at the University of Pennsylvania, recently completed her term as... Read more

    The 10 September 2014 by   Scarc
    SCIENCE

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