8.18.2011

Architectures of violence: Famine and profits: The widespread scarcity of food is mistakenly viewed as a crime without a culprit.

Katie Orlinsky‘s photographs, including her incredibly powerful portraits from El Cereso, the Ciudad Ju├írez prison, in Mexico accompany Damien Cave’s New York Times Sunday Review article Mexico’s Drug War, Feminized." source.

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Yum, definitely want to make these corn fritters once the fresh corn is ready to harvest...

From NPR: Songs That Make You Feel Good

Solitary Watch launches a YouTube channel; check it out and learn more about the state of solitary confinement in the US.

Listening to: My Morning Jacket On World Cafe and This Week On Alt.Latino: Reinterpretations


Tonight is gonna be my first foray into pesto-making! If it's successful, I'll share the recipes tomorrow. If not....I'll give you some tips on what not to do....


Check out this video of "Dudes On Media" tracing the Ganges River. Spending a few weeks in Varanasi (Banares), on the shore of the Ganges (including an amazing sunrise boat ride on the river) was one of the most amazing experiences of my life...

1 comment:

Anne Ryan said...

I made pesto for the first time yesterday! Turned out pretty well, except for that one of my roommates is allergic to pine nuts so it was super garlicky without the nuttiness to offset the kick. Still pretty good though. I have an awesome recipe for pasta pesto & peas if you want it - if you don't mind mayonnaise...