Monthly Archives: November 2019

Lost, now Found

I got lost in the woods. On my way to and from work I trek through the woods to catch my bus. The shortcut offers a view of the cedars and firs, and a variety of mushrooms I’ve rarely seen: … Continue reading

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The Martians Have Landed

(Note: I was invited recently to speak to a class about mass media, thanks to the kindness of the instructor, Guy Le Masurier, a beloved professor at Vancouver Island University. I’m sharing the draft write-up today, on which the talk … Continue reading

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Native American Heritage Month

November ushers in Native American Heritage Month in the United States. Over the next 30 days, local schools will host events and federal institutions like the Smithsonian will sponsor celebrations that bring into focus the history and currency of being … Continue reading

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