A blog by third-generation woodworker Salko Safic on the art of woodworking by hand.
A Dollop of History
A blog about medieval food, with recipes to bring the past to life! Fourteenth-century mushroom pasties anyone?
Neuroscience News research articles cover neurology, psychology, AI, brain science, mental health, robotics and cognitive sciences in a free, open access magazine.
“how to heal”: A Poem
From Rarasaur: “Pack your cells with joy until it is what they know best, and what they trust most.”
Specialists in modern off-grid design, systems and construction. You can buy your own plans, or join the Earthship Academy to learn how to build an off-grid home.
Marmalade: A Very British Obsession
Captain Scott took jars to the Antarctic with him, and Edmund Hillary took one up Everest. Marmalade is part of the British national myth. Olivia Potts wants to know why.
Finding Jesus in the Tear Gas
“During the day, MDP Circle is a dreamy little slice of what could be without the tyrannical hand of the state. At night, the police gas and shoot anyone gathered there. The oscillation between joy and terror is exhausting.”
On Being A Tugboat
Kirsten Voris reflects on reaching an important milestone: writing every day for an entire year. “Tugboats are slow, and their pace is steady, no matter what they’re pulling along behind them. I’m slow and it’s okay. It’s all going to be okay. I can do this.
The Disability Visibility Project compiles #ADA30InColor, a series of essays on the past, present, and future of disability rights and justice by 13 disabled BIPOC writers.
How To Host A Virtual Party
Social distancing does not mean you can’t party! This blog post by Red Herring games explains how to host a party virtually.
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