Monthly Archives: August 2013

Week 34: A Forgotten Groundbreaker

August 26 was Women’s Equality Day and on its heels I learned of an amazing woman, someone we haven’t known in recent history and we have all been the poorer for it. At a time when men were making films of … Continue reading

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Week 33: Two Words

In June of this year, the Government of Britain brought about a Care and Support Bill which would decide what public services are provided to disabled adults. More than 100,000 people rely on social care and are able to lead … Continue reading

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Week 32: Bridging the Gap

Eighteen months ago, a Pennsylvania resident named Amanda Gross had an idea: yarn bomb Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Bridge. Amanda had moved from Atlanta to Pittsburgh five years earlier and noticed how important the bridges were, crossing over three major rivers. The Knit … Continue reading

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Week 31: The Lighter Side

In recent weeks, the news has been saturated with train derailments, bus accidents, children/pets abandoned in hot cars and other assorted mood downers. So, I decided this week should be a diversion from all the sadness and tragedy. Ladies and … Continue reading

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