If Mister Rogers knew Taz Romine-Mann, he’d probably consider him a kindred spirit.
Taz’s job was to move a major solar company’s operations to the Sun Valley neighborhood in Denver. Sun Valley is a primarily residential, inner-city neighborhood. It’s culturally diverse, home of Blacks, Hispanics, Ethiopians, Middle Easterners, and more, and it’s close knit. It’s […]Continue Reading →
I wondered – why are the political parties called “left” and “right? Does it have something to do with left brain/right brain thinking? Our right brains are the creative side, the left is more methodical, more linear. Turns out, brains do have something to do with it — something I was surprised to find out.
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“It’s been a few years, and I’m still processing all the horrors and trauma I saw when I was working with MSF,” Karen Stewart said. That’s Médecins Sans Frontières, Doctors Without Borders to us in the U.S. But foreign traumas weren’t the only ones she experienced.Continue Reading →
In 1976, Jan was 23, slim, blonde, athletic, a talented pianist, fresh out of Principia College. She’d had a privileged upbringing, she’d even met presidents. To use a phrase popular at the time, the world was her oyster – or should have been.Continue Reading →
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