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I don’t want to live like the Joneses

The other day a song I grew up listening to was playing on the radio and interestingly, the lyrics spoke to me like never before. Maybe it was my state of mind. 443 more words

L'histoire méconnue de la défaite de Napoléon en Haïti

Entretien avec Jean-Pierre Le Glaunec, Historien, “L’armée indigène, la défaite de Napoléon” aux éditions Lux.
En novembre 1803 eut lieu la bataille de Vertières, qui ouvrit la voie à l’indépendance haïtienne et scella une des pires défaites de l’armée napoléonienne. 25 more words


6 Days 10 Hours 20 Minutes

“As I leave the great village of Neply today, I’m so grateful for the opportunity to spend my summer investing in the lives of people in Haiti.

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Podcasts in the Haitian Night

My baseball column this week wound up being about Haiti, and podcasting, and statistics, and journalism. It actually fits together really well.

Missed Call #3: A SABR Complaint… 159 more words


Stunning Photos of a Haitian Art Collective's Ingenious Interpretation of the Tarot

Since 2007, award-winning photographer Alice Smeets, who we discovered on Supersonic, has been traveling to and living in Haiti, documenting the country and its people. 368 more words