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Two lessons on Brexit

This post is about two lessons that we, as a nation, are learning from Brexit.  In a reversal of the usual order, the first is farce and the second is tragedy. The first lesson comes from the basic frivolity of the Brexit debate. Continue reading

“Kitchen” — Leland Foster (Digital, 2016)

My review of the Cambridge University library system.

I figured a list of this nature might be useful for incoming students from Harvard. One of the delights about Cambridge is the many different small libraries it has. Despite being a doctoral student of law, I ended up joining many libraries because of the breadth of my thesis. Here is a review of the ones I’m a member of in descending order of greatness: Continue reading

“Late Rain” — Mike Barr (Oil, 2016)

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“Bottle Bush Trees” — Jian Chong Min (Watercolour, 2016)

Martha Graham’s advice to dancer and choreographer Agnes de Mille:

“Misty Mood” — Leonid Afremov (Oil, 2003)


“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.”

—William Shakespeare

The 2003 Station nightclub fire in West Warwick, Rhode Island.

I was reading about this fire a few days ago, and aside from it being an unbearably sad loss of many lives, it did throw up an interesting study of America’s obsession with litigation and blame.  Continue reading

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