My wife and I just bought our first electric car! We couldn’t find what we were looking for in Southern Illinois, so we bought one in Memphis. The tricky part was getting it home! This is the story of our new car and the journey to bring it back home. Read more ›
Spring is coming.
Carbondale Spring is a visionary development proposal for the city of Carbondale, Illinois. This proposal serves as both a local response to the global climate crisis and as a solution to many other challenges and needs facing Carbondale on a local and regional level.
In this post, I’ll explore several important questions about Carbondale Spring.
What is Carbondale Spring? Why do I support it? What can we do to make this vision and plan a reality? What can people in other cities learn from Carbondale Spring?
The local election coming up on April 2 will have a major impact on how this plan unfolds. If you are a Carbondale resident who supports this plan, please vote for candidates who support Carbondale Spring and help spread the word through social media and canvassing. Read more ›
Brie Larson, Captain Marvel, Marvel Studios
Captain Marvel is taking the world by storm. The first Marvel film with a female lead made an estimated $455 million worldwide during opening weekend, making its release the sixth-highest global film debut ever and the highest of a film with a female lead.
Online trolls orchestrated a concerted campaign to tank Captain Marvel’s rating on Rotten Tomatoes and elsewhere prior to its release in the hopes of discouraging moviegoers from seeing it at all. Clearly, that effort failed. Instead, moviegoers around the world demonstrated their eagerness to watch a film about a female superhero. Read more ›