Virginia Woolf on the Nature of Memory and How It Threads Our Lives Together

Source: Brain Pickings Excerpt: ““Memory is the seamstress, and a capricious one at that. Memory runs her needle in and out, up and down, hither and thither.” “In these all-seeing days, the traffic between memory and forgetting becomes untrackable,” Teju Cole wrote in his beautiful essay on photography and “our paradoxical memorial… Continue reading Virginia Woolf on the Nature of Memory and How It Threads Our Lives Together

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Follow our RNC correspondent!

We sent a comedian and former game-show contestant (and journalist) to cover the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Follow along on instagram at @atavistmag and Twitter at @justintrevett. Welcome to the circus! Source: Atavist

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Hilo Christmas Parade

The Hilo Christmas parade is held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The parade originates by the King Kamehameha statue in Wailoa River State Park. I took the sweet boy and we sat on the curb on Pauahi Street. We watched antique cars, a brass band, girl scouts, boy scouts, a ukelele band, many beauty queens, a… Continue reading Hilo Christmas Parade

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