Third in a series Shanghai wakes up quietly, as if it doesn’t want to rouse its inhabitants. The Shanghai skyline at night along the west bank of the Huangpu River. In Yu […]
In an interview with the Al Jazeera news network today, legendary talk show host Larry King revealed he’s already working on a sequel to his new autobiography “My Remarkable Journey.” King said the follow-up autobiography, with the working title “If You’re Not Nauseous Yet, You Will Be,” will disclose many juicy anecdotes and surprises he couldn’t fit into his current book.
King, who’s been making the rounds to promote “My Remarkable Journey,” provided Al Jazeera with the following teasers that readers can expect to find in “If You’re Not Nauseous Yet, You Will Be”:
by Terry Hargrove I took my family to the aquarium in Mystic last week, because it was Mother‘s Day. I’m lying. I took them because I like the aquarium. True, the price […]
Part two in a series From space, the road system around Shanghai must look like a bowl of Chinese noodles. But traveling on the roads themselves feels like traveling the straight and […]
I don’t know what to make of the monstrosity that is the Waxman-Markey American Climate, Energy, and Security Act (ACES) that just passed the House Energy and Commerce Committee (E&C). It’s nearly […]
Aung San Suu Kyi probably knew she was courting danger when she allowed “that wretched American,” as one of her lawyers called John Yettaw, to sleep overnight in her home. He’d exhausted […]
First in a series China has a way of making me feel small. It started the moment I stepped into the terminal at Pudong International Airport in Shanghai. It was about ten […]
by Dawn Farmer “Be fair, be decent… be honest, tell the truth, be educated, seek a better life and help mankind.” – Helen Thomas, on the values imparted by her parents. This […]
by Dawn Farmer Rho – we got our own tag now!
Climate disruption lowering Juneau sea level Paper shows cooler periods entirely expected Convert biomass to electricity instead of ethanol There’s a few reasons that I prefer the phrase “climate disruption” over “global […]