Monthly Archives: March 2014

Quantum Entanglement, or “Do What You Don’t Know”

If you do not work or study in a scientific field, chances are you may want (need, really) to brush up on your high school/college science education. I wrote a post a while back (“Science Books 101”) with my suggestions … Continue reading

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Culture Update: Corruption Edition

I had the notion, months ago, of publishing this post. I had encountered, in a short period of time, one source too many of institutional corruption, American, Venezuelan, Indian, and Iranian. But, as often happens, my own privileged life went on; … Continue reading

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Blue is the Warmest Color: Book and Film

I’ve been dying to post about this graphic novel-turned-film for months now. But, because I am an asshat, I wasn’t able to see this film in theaters and had to wait until last week when it was released on Netflix … Continue reading

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Boston Theater: Argos Productions’ Bully Dance

Tonight I attended the opening of Bully Dance, by David Valdes Greenwood, directed by Sarah Gazdowicz at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. The play’s action revolves around one young man’s multiple acts of gun violence, and the all-too-familiar tragedy that unfolds … Continue reading

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