Monthly Archives: March 2011
By Margaret Hedderman Much like an agile street urchin on the Underground at rush hour, you can maneuver the aisles of Trader Joe’s without injury. Your electric car shines serenely – if not a tad smugly – next to a … Continue reading
By Sarah Jost Some days I sit for hours staring blankly into space, often absentmindedly consuming the recommended lifetime amount of chocolate, trying to decide what to write about. This was not one of those days. In fact, there were … Continue reading
By Geo Ong Namely: hope, revolution, courage, awareness, sympathy, art, and Charlie Chaplin. For more info, visit Peop1e’s website.
These are the songs currently stuck on our minds and in our heads! Thao and Mirah Thao is the lead singer of the adorable San Francisco-based quartet Thao with the Get Down Stay Down, driven by Thao’s gravelly, soulful voice … Continue reading
Hey, Noon! Here’s a plethora of all things Urchin-y! Geo (And Margaret) Sarah Margaret Send us your photos for next week’s theme: luck!
The last word in ignorance is the man who says of an animal or plant: ‘What good is it? – Aldo Leopold Don’t forget! Celebrate Earth Hour tonight at 8:30 pm. Turn off your lights for one hour and … Continue reading
Arctic Chill Chapter 1 Chapter 5 Chapter 2 Chapter 6 Chapter 3 Chapter 7 Chapter 4 Chapter 8 Chapter Nine by Geo Ong The sun, says the King as the three men exit the pub, hasn’t shown its sunny face … Continue reading
By Sarah Jost On Monday, Margaret asked what people thought about U.S. aid to Libyan rebels. For those of you unfamiliar with the situation, here is a brief summary. Muammar Qaddafi has been the leader of Libya, an oil-rich country … Continue reading
By Margaret Hedderman Before the barrage of Southwestern art and culture consumes the traveler, a jaunt onto the one-way streets and alleys of the Santa Fe Plaza evokes an overwhelming nostalgia for much missed European centre-villes and cobblestone ways. The … Continue reading
By Sarah Jost If you haven’t taken the time to peruse the Missed Connections section of Craigslist, you’re missing out. In Missed Connections, people post little love letters to strangers they saw on a train, passed at a library, or … Continue reading