Firefly fans rejoice – they finally got the opening credits right! Thx to Lara Amber for the link.
by Terry Hargrove My parents were big on church attendance. Not theirs, ours. I went to Sunday School and church services on Sunday mornings, choir practice and more services on Sunday night, […]
Let’s say you’re a guy and you’ve been involved with a woman. Long-term, committed, exclusive relationship. Several years together. You loved her dearly through the years and she’s simply gaga over you, […]
Well, the “suspense” is over. LeBron is joining the international party circuit in Miami. I, for one, am glad it’s over. I’m not glad LeBron’s leaving, but the hoopla was getting to […]
What do the following things all have in common: tobacco safety and the dangers of secondhand smoke, the Strategic Defense Initiative, acid rain, the ozone hole, global warming, and the recent attacks […]
Brian noted last week that a Penn State investigation had cleared Dr. Michael Mann of any wrongdoing in the “Climategate” noise-up, which involved as-yet-unidentified criminals stealing private property and attempting to turn […]
The Financial Times carried a long review by Energy Editor Ed Crooks about a week ago on a number of recent novels about climate change. It’s a good review of some interesting […]
The first trace of dawn appears as a soft blue glow just before 3:25, catching me quite by surprise. The “official” time for sunrise isn’t supposed to come until 4:45, and although […]
I gather that W.S. Merwin is going to be the new US poet laureate. This is such an excellent choice on so many levels it seems churlish to add that I’m also […]
…brought to you from Quoddy Head State Park, the easternmost point in the United States, near Lubec, Maine. We’ll bring you more from America’s eastern edge later today….