Tag Archives: Rag Bloggers

Allen Young :
A remembrance of Gene Bishop and
Herman Goldfarb

Two doctors who were activists for peace. By Allen Young | The Rag Blog | March 30, 2019 ROYALSTON, Mass. — Every time I read about a monument being erected to honor soldiers, I remember conversations I’ve had with friends … finish reading Allen Young :
A remembrance of Gene Bishop and
Herman Goldfarb

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Alice Embree :
‘Virtual Cough-In’ called for

Seniors confront Dan Patrick’s ‘Coffin Campaign.’ By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | March 29, 2019 AUSTIN — On March 23, as the coronavirus pandemic sent shock waves across the nation, Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick told Fox News … finish reading Alice Embree :
‘Virtual Cough-In’ called for

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Alice Embree :
Preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper

Read the latest on the Space City! project. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | March 9, 2020 HOUSTON — Did you work on Space City!, Houston’s historic underground newspaper? Did you sell it? Did you read it? Do … finish reading Alice Embree :
Preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper

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Steve Rossignol :
A way station for the Underground Railroad in Blanco County?

Some may be surprised that there was an Underground Railroad network in Texas. By Steve Rossignol | The Rag Blog | February 13, 2020 We are all familiar with the tales of the Underground Railroad, how enslaved people in the … finish reading Steve Rossignol :
A way station for the Underground Railroad in Blanco County?

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Alice Embree :
‘Space City!’ project: Calling all hoarders

Help us preserve Houston’s historic underground newspaper. By Alice Embree | The Rag Blog | February 12, 2019 Did you work on Space City!, Houston’s historic underground newspaper? Did you sell it? Did you read it? You may be able … finish reading Alice Embree :
‘Space City!’ project: Calling all hoarders

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Elaine J. Cohen :
The Pied Piper of Facebook

A cautionary tale in 2020, the Year of the Rat. By Elaine J. Cohen | The Rag Blog | February 4, 2020 I can’t remember when I first heard of The Pied Piper of Hamelin; possibly after I began to … finish reading Elaine J. Cohen :
The Pied Piper of Facebook

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Bruce Melton :
Microsoft on climate: The game changer

Historic climate pollution emissions almost everyone missed. By Bruce Melton | The Rag Blog | February 3, 2020 Microsoft going net zero by 2030 is a tremendously insightful action, but what’s truly groundbreaking and ever so much more important today, … finish reading Bruce Melton :
Microsoft on climate: The game changer

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Jonah Raskin :
Hail! Hail! John Sinclair

And Rock ‘n’ Roll… By Jonah Raskin | The Rag Blog | December 17, 2019 Forty-eight years ago, John Lennon, with Yoko at his side, sang the words, “They gave him ten for two, what else could Judge Colombo do?” … finish reading Jonah Raskin :
Hail! Hail! John Sinclair

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Maxine Phillips :
BOOKS | Love in the twilight of capitalism

The story may be set in Finland, but the plot is universal. By Maxine Phillips | The Rag Blog | September 3, 2019 [Me, Mikko, and Annikki, A Community Love Story in a Finnish City, by Tiitu Takalo, translated by … finish reading Maxine Phillips :
BOOKS | Love in the twilight of capitalism

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Joshua Brown :
POLITICAL CARTOON | ‘I am the chosen one!’

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Ivan Koop Kuper :
A candid portrait of Daniel DeWitt
Thomas, Part 2

The making of the 13th Floor Elevators’ album, ‘Bull of the Woods.’ By Ivan Koop Kuper | The Rag Blog | August 21, 2019 HOUSTON — A third studio album followed the 13th Floor Elevators’ groundbreaking psych classic, Easter Everywhere. … finish reading Ivan Koop Kuper :
A candid portrait of Daniel DeWitt
Thomas, Part 2

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Bruce Melton :
Tree planting: A diminishing part of the climate solution

This article looks at what is called nature-based carbon dioxide removal. By Bruce Melton | The Rag Blog | August 20, 2019 While tree planting has long been a substantial nature-based part of the climate pollution challenge, increasingly we are … finish reading Bruce Melton :
Tree planting: A diminishing part of the climate solution

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