What are we to do about our recycling? China won’t accept it anymore, and now It’s a crisis.
Last week I attended the live recording of one of my favorite NPR quiz shows: Ask Me Another. When I heard the show was coming to Washington DC, I squealed with delight and added tickets to my cart as Christmas gifts. This show is a quiz/puzzler/trivia show, so it's not political game show (like my... Continue Reading →
Greetings friends! I have never really done a "Who am I?" blog. If you already read and follow my blog, thank you; you are awesome! And if you have read things I have written, then you might already have a sense of what is important to me. I live in the Washington DC area, with... Continue Reading →
On Earth Day, I attended the March for Science in Washington DC. It was a rainy day, and many signs parlayed the rain into witty observations rallying around science. Considering the rain, I was very impressed with the turnout. The speakers were good, Jon Batiste played, and the whole event had a very chill vibe. Also it... Continue Reading →
Recently on my way to the library, I was delighted and fascinated to hear my Alma Mater Washington College mentioned during NPR's radio show Here and Now. It's a small school, so I always stop in my tracks (but not always literally) when I hear the town or the college mentioned. On this day, the radio... Continue Reading →