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Daily Archives: November 19, 2020

Are ‘Edible Landscapes’ the Future of Public Parks?

Smithsonian Magazine – Green spaces planted with fruits, veggies and herbs are sprouting across the globe, and the bounty is meant to share – “Imagine strolling through an urban public park, admiring the trees and flowers. Your stomach starts to rumble. You reach up and pluck a few greengage plums from the tree overhead, and… Continue Reading

Experience Blade Runner Like You Never Have Before Through a Feature-Length Remastered Soundtrack

OpenCulture – “There is no one Blade Runner. Ridley Scott’s influential “neo-noir” has appeared in several different versions over the past 38 years, both official — the “director’s cut,” the “final cut,” and lest we forget, the now-derided first theatrical cut — and unofficial. So has Blade Runner‘s soundtrack, the first official release of which lagged the film… Continue Reading

Monmouth University Poll – Biden Win

“More Americans Happy About Trump Loss Than Biden Win – Most confident that election was fair –  “A third of the country is “happy” that Donald Trump lost the election – which is slightly more than the one-quarter who feels the same about Joe Biden winning. The Monmouth (“Mon-muth”) University Poll also finds a majority… Continue Reading