Monthly Archives: March 2012

Digital Resource with Folk Music from around the World

This morning, NPR’s Morning Edition featured the Association for Cultural Equity, founded by Alan Lomax.  From the 1930’s to the 1990’s, Alan Lomax traveled the globe (with significant time spent in the US) recording folk music.  He founded the Association … Continue reading

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Small-scale poultry flock

Even though we still very much live in the suburbs of Washington, DC, we have the beginnings of a small-scale poultry flock out on the Oregon Coast.  The 5 guineas and 3 muscovy ducks acquired last summer were joined by … Continue reading

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Work in Papua New Guinea

I have finally turned in my report draft for my recent work in Papua New Guinea.  So I will take a moment and share some of the highlights of what ended up being an absolutely fantastic couple of weeks. I … Continue reading

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