Two posts by yours truly this week, and a few by other Harpies.
- On Monday, I blogged about the pleasures of driving — and how I miss being behind the wheel now that I live in the city and don’t own a car. In the comment thread, readers wrote about their own driving experiences and what they miss (or don’t miss) about previous places they have lived and worked.
- Thursday was the inaugural Thursday Night Trivia thread in which I posed the question “work or food?” to our readers (click through to find out why!)
- On Friday, I contributed to the series we Harpies are doing on women in history (in honor of Women’s History Month). My first contribution was Dorothy Day (1897-1980), journalist, social justice activists, and co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement.
Next week, I have posts lined up about Sylvia Pankhurst, a new report on bisexual invisibility, and (if you’re lucky) a report from the graduate conference on gender, sexuality and urban spaces that my friend Minerva and I attended this weekend at MIT’s Stata Center.