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台灣的環境歷史作為藝術:在聚合世代採集時間

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Taiwan’s Ecological History as Performance: The Collection of Time in the Polymer Age

From No Man Is an Island
On July 19, 2022
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The First Responders the FDNY Left Behind

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De Blasio is out, sharks are in, and lieutenant paramedic Anthony Almjoera joins the pod to talk about Riding the Lightning, his new book about his wrenching pandemic year, how he thinks the FDNY let down and left behind medical first responders, and much more. WARNING: This episode includes conversation about suicide and suicidal thoughts.

From FAQ NYC
On July 21, 2022
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Pelosi Fortune Growing Rapidly, Per New Disclosure

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A new disclosure shows the House Speaker and her husband have continued to accelerate the growth of their fortune through trade in tech stocks and real estate investments.

From Sludge
On July 25, 2022
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Weather Review: New York City, May 15, 2022

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A man stopped and exclaimed at the light coming in from above.

From Hmm Weekly
On July 25, 2022
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Chevron-Funded Super PAC Boosted Oil-Friendly Dem in California Congressional Primary

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California Democrat Adam Gray advanced in the CA-13 primary after the super PAC ran ads for him, facing a candidate endorsed by state environmental groups.

From Sludge
On July 15, 2022
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The Happiest People on Earth

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I come from the country / Of the Happiest People on earth, / Where death sells at ten for one kobo / And the Living envy the peace

From Olongo Africa
On July 18, 2022
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“Before Next Spring” Humanizes the Lives of Chinese Students in Japan

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Part of coverage of the 2022 New York Asian Film Festival.

From No Man Is an Island
On July 16, 2022
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Summer in the City

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From secret lairs to Covid lessons not learned in 20 minutes flat.

From FAQ NYC
On July 13, 2022
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COMPANY

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I faked all of my book reports as a kid – I hated reading. I got good grades in my ESL classes only because of some natural ability with words. At least that’s what teachers said. Gifted. My ease with diction and syntax had less to do with natural ability and more to do with my growing ability to adapt. I was surviving.

From Tasteful Rude
On July 15, 2022
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Miraculously, the Evidence Still Exists

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The Open Library does not dissolve or undermine the identity or ownership of a piece of writing. The idea is the idea of the library book.

From Popula
On July 9, 2022
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Brooklyn’s Bad Machine

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Reporter George Joseph joins Katie and Harry to discuss his reporting on the Brooklyn Democratic machine and a tough election for its boss, Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn.

From FAQ NYC
On July 6, 2022
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Suddenly there were frozen scrambled eggs for breakfast

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I said goodbye to my brother, who wished me luck with eyes flooded with tears, then I left the house, followed by my mother. We took a cab to the airport.

From Popula
On July 8, 2022
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Corporate Media: Stop Taking Fossil Fuel Money

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a long-overdue reckoning

From Popula
On July 6, 2022
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