The usefulness of a map can be the degree to which it plays with and answers for what it represents.Read more "Voices Carry on the (Long Island) Sound"
3.18.16: “A Day in a Read State” returns with a lesson about the profound consequences of the stiff rod that spares none of us (or our flippered cousins) – the vertebral column.Read more "A Day in a Read State (11)"
3.8.16: (30 mins) – more eclectic wholism; a filmed dance sequence starring Abe Vigoda and Peter Falk is removed from the final cut.Read more "A Day in a Read State (9)"
3.3.16: A manual for common Persian for those who “lack either the time or the ambition to master the apparently bewildering script.” Like me!Read more "A Day in a Read State (7)"
Taking you where words fail and the mistranslation is king.Read more "Eating the Untranslatable: Flushing Dire-y"
3.1.16: Enter H.D. Greeley, an everyman hybrid of Judge Judy and Frank Capra; your guide to postwar admiralty law.Read more "A Day in a Read State (5)"
2.27.16: Three pleasure drives through winter farmland in 1961 America. Could be Llewyn Davis, but no cat.Read more "A Day in a Read State (2)"
A daily glance at new titles distributed through the Center For People In Need’s book donation programs: Democratization of knowledge in action.Read more "A Day in a Read State (1)"
We learn that 10 year old Jim can’t quit a day job he doesn’t have; a classic French potage is prepared.
Croutonize away.Read more "Don’t Cry for Me, Bayside (Part 2: Yes, Soup for You)"
The first entry in a series of miniblogs showcasing bizarre (-ly translated) menu items.Read more "Eating the Untranslatable: Down the Rabbit Hole in Baku"