Monthly Archives: September 2020

Tale for Tale

The Teller of Tales Gabriela Mistral translated by Ursula K. Le Guin When I’m walking, everything on earth gets up and stops me and whispers to me, and what they tell me is their story. And the people walking on the … Continue reading

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Coffee Makes the World Go Round

Today is National Coffee Day here in the USA. And although my own coffee roasting machine is giving me headaches, I still love each and every cup of joe that I produce. The marvelous video below is a perfect way … Continue reading

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Total Eclipse of Rationality

American Fascism Now (Rotland Press) offers a chilling look at the United States in 2020, with powerful linocut prints by Sue Coe and text by historian Stephen F. Eisenman. The frightening book chronicles a country on the verge of a … Continue reading

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Library, Museum, Spaceship ?

Here at TBTP World HQ, we still sorely miss visiting libraries and museums. So, we are forced to live vicariously for now through virtual travel. We were intrigued to learn about this amazing new project outside of Tokyo that launched … Continue reading

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Magnum Opus

 

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Devotion is full of arrows

ON KINGDOMS Joanna Klink Who is ever at home in oneself. Land without mercy. Interstates set flickering by night. When I speak to you I can feel a storm falling blackly to the roads, the pelting rains the instant they … Continue reading

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Curiouser and Curiouser

London’s grand Victoria and Albert Museum has created its first-ever VR event, a marvelous little preview for its highly anticipated exhibition Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser, with special effects that bring the psychedelic wonders of the 19th century iconic novel to … Continue reading

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Censorship Is A Dead End

Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries. Typically held during the last … Continue reading

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Brooklyn: Word on the Street

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New York City is going to the dogs

Doggy Bags, is a new public art installation on Broadway  NYC’s Manhattan Garment District. The sculptures by New York-based artist Will Kurtz are entitled Doggy Bags and are all create from  recycled materials. The works on display are diverse breeds … Continue reading

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