The Tenement Museum has very cool way of combining community with creative art. This would be great for Bloomington.
ESPN.com: Davis tells Hoosiers he’ll resign after season Handwriting is on the wall, even if this is still (at the moment) speculation until “the press conference.” I wonder if IU will openly look for a replacement right now and replace him before the season ends (ala Bill Frieder at UM) — no sense in doing [...]
My grandmother is sick. She isn’t expected to live out the day- but then she wasn’t expected to survive yesterday, or last Thursday. It seems likely though, that she’s ready to move on. Last Thursday, when she was first admitted to the hospital, I told Carter that this might be a last opportunity to see [...]
The best thing about Bob Schneider is that he’s bound to show up at a theatre near you if you just wait a little bit. Since we found out about him in 2000, he’s been an annual visitor to Bloomington and the Bluebird. 2006 is no exception, although I’ll have to arrange to duck out [...]
The beauty of taking the world’s first Sports Informatics class is that what was formerly a time suckage is now homework. I can play my fantasy sports and call it ethnography. I can pay more attention to ESPN and call it research. Life is good. Some thoughts on recent happenings … Mike Davis is aggravated. [...]
The Truth About Target: SaveROE.com I already knew Walmart was evil, but sadly, looks like I’ll have to turn in my Red Card too. Dangit.
Warning: Nanny McPhee Spoiler follows, along with amusing conversation. Carter and I just saw Nanny McPhee, which we loved. On our way home, I tried for some exploration of the moral of the story, etc. Carter: It was (long pause) spectacular that her warts all disappeared. Me: Yes, it was. Why do you think that [...]