New York's Brandon Ballengée issues a cri de coeur for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico tragedy.
Posts Tagged ‘Science’
Jim Ottaviani is a former nuclear engineer turned librarian who writes non-fiction comics in his spare time. He specializes in writing books about science and scientists, then he commissions an artist to illustrate them. His first book, Dignifying Science, comprised mini-biographies of scientists. He followed that with Two-Fisted Science, focusing on women scientists. His other books [...]
Some local events, announced today, that will raise money for victims of the earthquake in Haiti—a catastrophe that the Red Cross says may have claimed 50,000 lives:
"DMV Helps Haiti" at Busboys & Poets: There will be a discussion, an open mic, and an auction featuring works by Demont Peekaso. Suggested donation: $10. Sunday at 6:30 [...]
This Sunday Wooden Shjips will perform their first ever D.C. gig at the Red and the Black. And I'm at a loss for words–mostly because I've typed them all already. Well, all of the hippy-dippy ones, at least. Looking back at these two reviews (1,2), I realize that I've pretty much burned through my [...]
Benoit Denizet-Lewis is so courageous. The author of America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life reveals his love for Dave Matthews in a piece at the Advocate, in which he doesn't attempt, not even a little bit, to redeem his affections with claims that DMB is good music.
Instead he quotes his therapist, whose [...]