I’m not going to beat around the bush about the fact that the holiday season is upon us. And I’m sure your inbox is already full of gift guides and ema…
In place of the usual email this week, I decided to use this opportunity to share some of my favorite sources of information and newsletters that I enj…
On the heels of the previous sustainability-heavy newsletter, I’ll be leading with a few things on that topic once again this week. But before I get in…
Okay. This week’s newsletter is a bit of a doozy. Lots more environmental and climate-related links than usual due to the fact that the UN Climate Chan…
Greetings fellow readers. I’ll keep this short so I can get this week’s newsletter out. I know you’re all dying of anticipation after not receiving one…
Hello everyone. Welcome to the latest installment of the B&C newsletter. Special thanks to Megan, Annabel, Zena and Malcolm for sending in links. Keep’…
Welcome once again to this week’s newsletter. I don’t know if it’s just me but I had a hard time finding things to include this week. Maybe it’s not ju…
Here we are again. Another week, another newsletter. Thanks to Malcolm, Liana, Mateo, Johan, Max, Ruby and Su for sharing links. Now enjoy the show. Ne…
Aaand we’re back. Thanks to everyone who answered last week’s poll. I was looking to see which topics you wanted to read about most but “all of it” got…
After the collapse of the Twin Towers I went down to ground zero with two of my closest friends to do whatever I could to help. When we arrived we saw …
Welcome to another exciting issue of the newsletter - a day later than usual but at least it made it to your inbox. Lots of interesting art news this w…
Hi. Me again. Welcome to this week’s newsletter. Special shout-out to Mark, Jeanne, Ian, Jan, Victoria, Marco and Charlotte for sending links my way. I…