Showing posts from 2014

Because heterosexual blood cures diseases like the horn of a unicorn

Gay Berlin: birthplace of a modern identity

Under the Radar: Cocteau Twins on Blue Bell Knoll

Perfume Genius on NPR's 50 Favorite Albums of 2014

The Ferguson Library IS Open

World AIDS Day Suggestions

AAaaannd...Joni Mitchell once lived in a cave in Crete

Ursula K. Le Guin at the National Book Awards

Bureau for General Services, Queer Division

Out of the Birdcage: how Mike Nichols made gay culture mainstream

Mike Nichols Dies at 83

Benedict Cumberbatch says something's been "up his ass." That is all.

Seems Relevant: On Returning Homer's Iliad to the Library. Unread.

Decorative Pieces from Coffin

How Exactly Does One Say "Holy Shizballs!" in Greek?

Gene Roddenberry would be proud.

And In This Corner: the Battle over Maurice Sendak's Estate

Happy Birthday, Mr. Vonnegut

Goodbye, Mrs. Wolowitz


Election Day Books: Get Out and Vote and then Go Home and Read

Halloween Deliriums: Pirates, Princesses, Vampires, Hellhounds and Hunchbacks

We are born to live here

NPR's 50 Great Teachers

New Books: Divas, Deerhunters, and My First Bond

First video from inside Amphipolis Tomb

Short Stack

Boy You Got Me Wantin' Books Books Books