środa, 31 października 2018

J.S. Bach: The Violin Concertos





..z radnymi i prezydium..i prezydencja z prezydentem, i dyrektorami
wydziałów, urzędów..i prasą i tv...
..tylko nasz mały zespół, ale w bardzo ważnej sprawie:
II tura wyborów Prezydenta Miasta Kielc  - niebawem...
(4 listopada 2018)

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...czy nie piękna?
Jakże inna teraz gdy nie ma sesji...

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Sala sesyjna Urzędu Miasta, najważniejsza w tym urzędzie..

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poniedziałek, 29 października 2018

Fwd: This Week's Issue: The Other Family-‍Separation Crisis

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The devastating effects of locking up mothers. Plus: Gavin Newsom, the next head of the California resistance.
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Letter from Oklahoma

America's Other Family-‍Separation Crisis

Sending a mother to prison can have a devastating effect on her children. Why, then, do we lock so many women up?
By Sarah Stillman


An extraordinary true story of Henry Worsley's Antarctic odyssey, from the bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon. Now in hardcover, with more than 50 black-and-white and color photographs.
photo-illustration collage of Gavin Newsom
The Political Scene

Gavin Newsom, the Next Head of the California Resistance

Like many Democrats in the Trump era, Newsom aims to harness the alarm of moderates, the rage of progressives, and the widespread yearning for a new politics.
By Tad Friend
When the prairie is tinder-dry and winds blow at fifty-plus miles an hour, conditions are perfect for wildfires.
A Reporter at Large

The Day the Great Plains Burned

Alerts had been going out for weeks that conditions in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas were perfect for wildfires. On March 6, 2017, the prairie went up in flames.
By Ian Frazier
A hundred years after the Armistice, we have yet to reckon with its true legacy.
Annals of History

A Hundred Years After the Armistice

If you think the First World War began senselessly, consider how it ended.
By Adam Hochschild
illustration of Trump

The Midterm Elections Are a Referendum on Donald Trump

Explosive devices were sent to prominent critics of the President at a moment of national division—one generated by the President himself.
By David Remnick
In 1958, Plath and Hughes moved to Boston. In a letter, she called their apartment a “small writer’s corner over-looking the rooftops and the river.”

Sylvia Plath's Last Letters

A new volume of her correspondence is suffused with a sense of foreboding—portents of the looming tragedy that has come to define the poet's legacy.
By Dan Chiasson
illustration of woman resting feet on giant book
Shouts & Murmurs

How to Read "Infinite Jest"

Take a selfie with book "accidentally" in background. Post on social media.
By Claire Friedman
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