Monthly Archives: June 2019

The individual vs. society – Joseph Campbell, Gandhi, and JFK weigh in

I’m cleaning out my office today, throwing out old student papers and old lecture notes from courses I no longer teach. One of the files I came across was from a one-off class on mythology that I taught in the … Continue reading

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On the breezy shores of Lake Market Street 😄

I didn’t think we’d had all that much rain last night, but I’ve also never seen a puddle this large outside my parking garage, so I guess we must have. And you can tell from the high-water mark that the … Continue reading

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The Story of “Smooth”

Remember “Smooth,” the Santana–Rob Thomas megahit from twenty years ago? Rolling Stone has a fabulous article out today recounting how this unlikely collaboration between artists of such different musical genres and generations came about to result in the classic single … Continue reading

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Interview of Jean Hatfield at Sarah Ann, WV (2001), Part 4

Interview of Jean Hatfield at Sarah Ann, WV (2001), Part 4 Interview of Jean Hatfield at Sarah Ann, WV (2001), Part 4 — Read on brandonraykirk.com/2019/06/01/interview-of-jean-hatfield-at-sarah-ann-wv-2001-part-4/ 😀

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