Our August e-links begin with my suggestion that you watch CNN’s Patagonia for the most amazing wilderness photography.
Continuing our July e-links, I wanted to recommend a very pleasant 90 minutes with Annette Bening and Bryan Cranston in a new film.
Continuing with our July e-links, I wanted to share an article with maps that show the places we would see by looking across the sea.
Continuing with July’s e-links, I wanted to share the “Sidedoor” podcast about “Hubble Trouble” as a springboard for looking at the James Web.
Our July 2022 e-links continue with the RH (Revisionist History) podcast on the folly and history of college ranking reports.
Our July e-links begin with my recommendation that you read “Falling,” the ideal diversion during summer days off.
Our June e-links continue with my recommendation that you listen to Slate’s podcast series “Slow Burn Roe v. Wade.”
Our June e-links continue with my suggestion that you take a look at David Sedaris’s “Carnival of Snackery” and his New Yorker articles.
Our June e-links continue with a new podcast that I return to daily because I learn what no one else knows and it’s just 5 or 6 minutes.
To begin June’s e-links, we start by recommending the wonderfully inspiring Julia Child documentary that appeared on CNN.
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