After the Lava Sleeps

On December 10, 2018 a group of displaced Puna residents met at Nanawale Community Association longhouse to hear about the future of Highway 132 from representatives of the County of Hawai’i, the government entity for the region.  Approximately 25-30 people attended from the 50 or more households with no road access to their properties surroundedContinue reading “After the Lava Sleeps”

Museum of Political Corruption

Check the transparency and  ethics of government and corporate management daily. Maybe hourly? Teachers, create a popular lesson by displaying the reach and excesses of political corruption all the way into the classroom. Random browsers, visit the Facebook presence of the Museum of Political Corruption No building is big enough to hold the documented and undocumentedContinue reading “Museum of Political Corruption”

People Met on the Road

One of my an indelible travel memories is listening to a guy on the beach at Playa Manuel Antonio, in Quepos, Costa Rica in late December, 1981.  Travelers from France, Canada, Asia, the USA and locals from San Jose were gathered at the nightly campfire and sipping on Heineken green stubbies.  He told our spellboundContinue reading “People Met on the Road”

Touristville, Asia

I’ve been to Asia again and it sucks.   You know those places on the Lonely Planet beat?   They’re crowded with brusque, loud  travelers from  places where respect for other cultures wasn’t taught or the current bunch of road-killers didn’t learn. Here we are in South East Asia, where the overland hippies from Europe andContinue reading “Touristville, Asia”

Can’t Evict an Idea

Occupy Sydney during 2011-12 defined their points with recycled cardboard boxes on Martin Place, a pedestrian area in downtown Sydney.   On this rainy day, I watched while police systematically dismantled the cardboard box barricades and the Occupy Sydney team responded by hastily shifting position, moving their cardboard space definers to confound the police.  Continue reading “Can’t Evict an Idea”

Nina the Witch

Ninashka Hanz talks about being a good witch. How Wicca is the only religion a young woman like her could embrace.  The Slovak grandmother taught her the old ways and what was the point of life but to be one with nature and your own true self? Her Czech grandmother from the other side ofContinue reading “Nina the Witch”

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