December 1, 2017

CANCHA CARRERA, at the border between Argentina and Chile – We noticed the contrast when we crossed over into Chile. 

The Argentinian border post at Cancha Carrera was 10 miles down a dirt road, and was as Third World as it gets: a squat white stucco building wit...

November 29, 2017

PATAGONIA – I came for the light. We see the first morning light at 5:00 a.m., and the last traces of sunset at 10 p.m.

And also for the isolation: I had an image of a Patagonia with no people, of windswept steppes with only dirt roads, of a place where there is cease...

October 30, 2017

It's time to honor the years of service hundreds of people gave to Memorial Hospital and the people of Pawtucket and Central Falls. More people than many of can count stayed up all night or were always ready to leave home to take care of someone who was sick.  Memorial...

October 24, 2017

We are missing the boat on the opiate overdose epidemic. It is both a crisis of meaning and an epidemic. By medicalizing despair, we are obscuring its real cause, which is the technology-driven obsolescence of work and progressive income inequality, itself technology e...

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