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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

artNotes from Hyde House: Autumn nesting

“Autumn Nesting”—this must be what’s come over me at artCentral and at home. With our maple leaves rapidly going brilliant and beginning to twirl...

EarthTalk: When will EVs outnumber internal combustion cars on American roads?

Dear EarthTalk: I see more and more EVs out of the road. When will they start to outnumber internal combustion cars on American roads? --...

And So It Goes

Historically Speaking: Student loans

One of the big issues in politics right now is cost of college and student debt. Among the Democrats running for president, some are...

artNotes from Hyde House: The Beauty of Bittersweet

Bittersweet. I’ve known the word since my Arkansas childhood when, as days shortened and breezes grew brisk, I traveled with my parents from Little...

EarthTalk: Is it worthwhile to recycle?

Dear EarthTalk: Since China stopped accepting American recyclables for processing in 2017, is it still worthwhile for us to even bother recycling here in...

artNotes from Hyde House: ENCAUSTICS – When and where did they begin?

Ever since we started collaborating around the installation of Jodie Sutton’s inspiring ENCAUSTIC AUTUMN LANDSCAPES, my husband David and I have been enchanted by...

EarthTalk: Flying Shame

Dear EarthTalk: What is so-called “Flying Shame” and what’s the climate connection? -- Bridget J., New York, NY “Flying shame” is one of those memic terms...

And So It Goes

Historically Speaking: Dictatorship

I recently saw a post on social media asking why conservatives are so concerned with socialism when what they should be concerned about is...