Red Light to Starboard: Recalling the Exxon Valdez Disaster By Angela Day http:…

Red Light to Starboard: Recalling the Exxon Valdez Disaster
By Angela Day

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A quarter-century later, recalling the widespread woe of Exxon Valdez
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“Red Light to Starboard” is an exceptional piece of narrative history. The story of one person harmed by the Exxon Valdez oil spill forms the backbone of this book, which weaves personal experience within the larger narrative.
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"It's like a library dying when they pass away." http://bit.ly/1FqtNDg

"It's like a library dying when they pass away." http://bit.ly/1FqtNDg


Ways of real people: Scholars document traditional Yup'ik life by talking to elders who lived it
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A library of ancient knowledge drawn directly from the memories and stories of Yup’ik elders who lived the old ways -- before children went to Western schools, before year-round villages, before village stores, before shopping on Amazon -- is quietly being produced before the opportunities are lost.
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Hear Benedict Cumberbatch read Kafka's The Metamorphosis.

Hear Benedict Cumberbatch read Kafka's The Metamorphosis.


Hear Benedict Cumberbatch Read Kafka’s The Metamorphosis (Free For a Limited Time Only)
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If, on the 100th anniversary of its publication, you want to do a radio broadcast of a novella famously appreciated for its surface weirdness and more rarely appreciated for its sharp sense of humor, it only stands to reason that you'd hire a famous reader with famously appreciated surface oddness a…
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