In that same spirit, I share a weekly “mix” of articles, recipes, book recommendations, and ideas in the hopes that something I share might fit into your own personal, ever-evolving collage.
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-Here’s your reminder that reporters are heroes and that local newspapers are important; this New York Times piece details the painstaking investigative work that Indianapolis Star reporters did, ultimately leading to the arrest and now conviction of Larry Nassar.
-I made this bread on Sunday and it is really freaking delicious. In general, I have great success with recipes that Tim (of Lottie & Doof fame) recommends, and this was no exception; not at all difficult to put together, super gratifying to pull out of the oven. You’ll probably need to go to the store for bread flour, heavy cream, & nonfat dry milk powder, but I can promise you it’s worth it. Most decadent Monday morning toast ever.
-My wife, Jill, is offering an online course on Eastern Religions! Content will include Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Confucianism, Taoism & Shinto, so if you’ve been intrigued by these religions in the past or have always wanted to know more about them, I highly recommend this class. Obviously I’m biased, but Jill has a reputation as a teacher for bringing complex ideas to life and making them relatable for her students. She has a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion and over twenty years of experience teaching on these topics; registration is open through Wednesday, January 31st, so sign up now!