Tag Archives: 9/11

Astrid Cravens, Summer 2009. 2010,
Oil on panel, 48" x 46", courtesy of the artist.

Blue Spark, Part III

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

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Astrid Cravens, Summer 2009. 2010,
Oil on panel, 48" x 46", courtesy of the artist.

Blue Spark, Part II

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

Posted in Appreciations, Memoir | Tagged , , , , , , | 8 Comments
Astrid Cravens, ABQ
(Assignment #2), 2009.
Oil on panel, 48" x 46".

Blue Spark, Part I

Grief, chance, guilt, marriage – and what drove Nelly Reifler, in 2003, to say goodbye to someone who was then very much alive. Continue reading

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Bush in Rehab

Is it possible to construct an argument that George W. Bush was not a terrible president? Greg Olear gives it the college try. Continue reading

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Solo?

Not All Truther Movements Are Created Equal

JFK, 9/11, Sandy Hook: One of these is not like the others. Continue reading

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The Eleventh of the Eleventh

In which Greg Olear reflects on the mistakes we’ve made since 9/11, now 11 years in the past. Continue reading

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