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Blogs about Society

  1. Death and graves (3)
  2. Psychogeography (2)
  3. Religion (3)
  4. Self-improvement (2)

13 blogs about Society.

  1. NEW
    “Don't need to be cool to be kind.” By Jennifer Peepas. 🇺🇸
    #1387: “I’m dating a married man, help!”
    Hi there, it’s me, Jennifer, Captain Awkward, down one pesky uterus and gingerly climbing back on my bullshit. Today we have the classic tale of the man who might leave his wife someday, just as …
    By JenniferP, 2,095 words

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  2. Far Outliers NEW
    “Exploring migrants, exiles, expatriates, and out-of-the-way peoples, places, and times.” By Joel. 🇺🇸
    Fate of Meskhetian Turks
    From Troubled Water: A Journey Around the Black Sea, by Jens Mühling (Armchair Traveller series; Haus, 2022), Kindle pp. 34-36: When he revealed to me on our first taxi journey that he was a Turok …
    By Joel, 543 words

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  3. Found Objects
    “Hauntological dumping ground.” By Keith Seatman, Simon Reynolds, et al. 🇬🇧
    A Bit of Looking and Seeing with Kurt Rowland
    Managed to pick these wonderful Kurt Rowland books up sometime ago. This series of books seems to have drifted in and out of my life for decades. I 1st remember seeing these at School in …
    By Keith Seatman, 116 words

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  4. Grandma Williams NEW
    “Exploring the modern world at 80+.” By Joyce Williams. 🇬🇧
    Curiosity went down to the woods and had a surprise.
    The Knees needed their daily. Curiosity looked at the map and suggested this. A thin strip of woodland, apparently a ridge between two suburban areas just north of Glasgow. It turned out to be as …
    By grandmawilliams, 83 words

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  5. haptalaon
    “Nous allons en varouv'rie!” 🇬🇧
    Winter Fear by Kat Ryan
    Is it just winter or is this worse. Is this the year when outer damp obscures a deeper curse that spring can't fix, when gears that turn the earth won't shift the view, when clouds …
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  6. Hermitary – hermits around the web
    “news, sites, and pages of interest about hermits and solitude.” By Robert Rodriguez. 🇺🇸
    “Winter’s Watch” – film
    Winter’s Watch (2017), a 14-minute 2017 film directed by Brian Bolster, presents a quiet portrait of nature, solitude — and the presence of one person on an island. From the website: “The quiet exuberance of …
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  7. Hermitary – hermit's thatch
    “journal of reflections by the resident of the Hermitary.” By Robert Rodriguez. 🇺🇸
    Vinegar tasters, East & West
    The Kano School of painters dominated Japanese artistic expression for over three hundred years, from the 15th to early 19th century. Among the school’s cultural work is the painting titled “The Vinegar Tasters. “ The …
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  8. it's her factory
    “philosophy, pop music, sound studies, feminism.” By Robin James. 🇺🇸
    What 90s alt rock radio, Woodstock 99, and the Telecom Act have to do with contemporary right-wing media
    While I have your attention: now that writing is no longer something my day job pays me to do, I’ve decided to keep the newsletter free but set up a Kofi tip jar so that …
    By Robin James, 58 words

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  9. Shapers of the 80s
    “British youth culture at its finest.” By David Johnson. 🇬🇧
    2022 ➤ Martin Kemp on a life full of love but lacking two vital apologies
    ❚ MARTIN IS THE YOUNGER BROTHER of the two Kemps, the good-looking one with the easy charm that has opened doors into a television career that included EastEnders. Gary is the older one with such …
    By OTL, 59 words

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  10. THR Web Features | Web Features | The Hedgehog Review NEW
    “Critical Reflections on Contemporary Culture.” 🇺🇸
    A Funeral for Bruno Latour
    What makes this so difficult is that time has a way of eroding the power of words.
    By Eric Luckey, 22 words

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  11. UK Free Parties and Free Festivals 1988-1994
    20th October 1990: People From Pepperbox Free Party at Rising Sun Squat, Salisbury, Wiltshire
    More tales from Oli, a Pepperbox Person. Thanks loads man! The last of the Pepperbox era parties was in the Rising Sun. This would have taken place the weekend after Sopley. We were on a …
    By freepartypeople, 1,201 words

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  12. We Hunted The Mammoth NEW
    “Bucking the Backlash.” By David Futrelle. 🇺🇸
    Hate speech rises dramatically on Elon Musk’s Twitter, reports claim
    Twitter is getting uglier by the day Elon Musk’s so-called free speech crusade is making Twitter a more hateful place, reports from two watchdog groups charge. According to the Center for Countering Digital Hate, slurs …
    By David Futrelle, 415 words

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  13. A Year In The Country
    “Wandering Through Spectral Fields.” By Stephen Prince. 🇬🇧
    Wandering Down Darkened Forest Trails and Amongst Echoes of the Past and Future With Bob Fischer, Electronic Sound and Simple Minds
    This was another good thing in a week or so where various good things arrived through the letter box etc, including Cathi Unsworth’s review of the A Year in the Country: Cathode Ray and Celluloid …
    By stephenprince, 823 words

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