Queer Comics Database — Discover

Discover your next queer read at this WordPress-powered database created to facilitate access to comics that contain queer representation across the LGBTQIA spectrum. Print or web, big publisher or indie press, for adults or kids — it’s all here.

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The Gardening Channel — Discover

One of the web’s most vibrant communities of current and aspiring green thumbs, The Gardening Channel offers advice and tips on growing vegetable, fruit, and trees, as well as on landscaping, composting, and (much) more.

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A Significant Object – Exercise 3.7 — Photo Sociology

Brief:- You probably own many significant objects, from a wedding ring to old clothes, trophies of achievement to mementos that recall special events or times of your life, like toys or records. Choose one of these to photograph. This mustn’t be a general thing like ‘flowers’ but something entirely specific to you. Respect the fact […]

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Why we need to write more about suicide — Columbia Journalism Review

We need to write more about suicide. If that sounds unconventional, it is. Newsrooms have traditionally dealt with suicide in one of two ways. They either blow them out of proportion, focusing on gory details, or they ignore them altogether. Last week’s suicides of fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain coupled with…

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Surreal moments and a rare press conference highlight Trump-Kim summit — Columbia Journalism Review

Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un concluded the day of talks by signing an agreement in which Kim promises to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons. Trump called the agreement “very comprehensive” in a press conference following the signing ceremony, but the text of the document contains no mention of concrete…

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Our monster island of media companies — Columbia Journalism Review

You’ve never heard of him, but judge Richard J. Leon, first appointed to Washington DC’s district court by George W. Bush in 2002, is now among the most important figures in the history of American communications. In 2011, he created the media world’s version of Godzilla by approving the acquisition of NBCUniversal by Comcast, the…

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