A Walk with Thread and Word for The Margate Bookie September 2018 An Invitation This is a walk as pilgrimage creating shrines for the Margate Bookie September 2018 by Thread and Word. Led by Elspeth PenfoldDrawing inspiration from Dee H...
This is a great webinare with advice for the Media on talking about pedestrian deaths.Click here
While activity in the waters off of Lower Manhattan is almost always busy, the waters at the top of Manhattan, by contrast, are often quite placid, even serene. In the land where the Harlem River meets the Hudson River, the tides gently come and go, an...
‘One day, while calmly mowing his cloud, the prince of Cloud City was accosted. The arch-rival of his kingdom GooGooGaga, a terrifying creature, half man, half baby, approached from behind. With a mighty shove, the prince was thrown from his cloud and fell down to Earth. Landing in a swimming pool in Fresno, California, he […]
Let the living answer the roll call of the dead: Walter Tull of Spurs and Northampton Town KIA 1918; And now the names of the Robins: Edmund Burton KIA 1917 Allen Foster KIA 1916 Henry Gildea KIA 1917 James Stevenson 1916 Thomas Ware KIA 1915 N...
Let the living answer the roll call of the dead: Walter Tull of Spurs and Northampton Town KIA 1918; And now the names of other Spurs: George Badenoch 1915 Jim Chalmers 1915 John Fleming 1916 Frederick Griffiths 1917 Alan Haig-Brown 1918 John H...
Dr Tracey M Benson, April 2018 *Edited from article commissioned by Institute of Art and Ideas (www.iai.tv) You are at the Eiffel Tower and want to get that perfect picture, a selfie with the tower in the background, just like the ones you see in the travel guides. But there is a problem. You find it […]
As most of you know, I have a background in media arts and technology, focusing for many years on emerging communications technologies such as online environments, data driven public art, augmented reality and now virtual reality. What some of you may not know is that I am currently undertaking a Research Masters of Applied Science […]
The latest in our series of Tolworth Treasure and the Hogsmill Hum walks is a walk across Tolworth Court Farm Fields, our local nature reserve. We will meet at the white bridge over the Hogsmill / Bonesgate Stream at 11am and take you on a journey through the ancient fields of Tolworth Court Farm, which … Continue reading Walk the Ancient Droves of Tolworth Court Farm, Sunday 12th August →
This month’s Self-Boss Networking Walk explored the importance of rest and wellbeing. When we work for ourselves we are our business. That is, without us there is no business. Consequently attending to our own wellbeing becomes as fundamental as any other business process. I believe very strongly that work and wellbeing are not opposing forces. … Why Rest is my Current Business GoalRead More »
“The walk allowed me to make meaningful connections, share personal and business challenges and gain some fresh perspective. All within a beautiful setting that promoted clear thinking and new ideas to flourish. I just loved this experience of fresh air networking. This is networking made easy (even for shy people as one only needs to talk to … Self-Boss Networking Walk – WellbeingRead More »
headphonic work in 38 deg. C (the carry principle
First Sunday tomorrow, even though its Thursday.... join The LRM for a wander starting 6pm outside central library.... #psychogeography
I’m exhausted today, of course, and my legs don’t feel like cooperating when I ask them to climb stairs or walk across the room. That’s to be expected. I should’ve taken two days to finish the last 40 kilometres of my walk. But I didn’t. I decided to leave everything on the road and push […]
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Last night, my hosts warned me hat there’s very little between Limerick and Wood Mountain , so I’m carrying extra water, which means my pack is heavier than ever. But my feet don’t hurt and I seem to have recovered my stride. After three hours of walking–for once, I didn’t sleep late, and I was […]
I woke up late this morning, feeling drained of energy despite my day off. I’ve been walking with leaden legs for two hours and I’m about halfway to Limerick. Highway 13 has a wide, flat paved shoulder and a gravel verge beside it that looks as if it’d be good for walking, but because it […]
August 2018 Victoria Walks has released the Footpath Cycling Discussion PaperVictoria Walks, Council On The Ageing, Vision Australia and others strongly oppose any change to allow footpath cycling. Research finds cycling on footpaths is dangerous… for ...
hello dear friends and loiterers due to a wibble in time August's First Sunday is shifting to Thursday evening - 9th August - details tbc and with apologies for the lack of blog communication. you can also get info from twitter @thelrm facebook the loiterers resistance movement and email [email protected] cheers Morag x
This 1.5-mile self-guided walk in Murray Hill, beginning and ending at Grand Central Terminal, includes a handful of interesting places in a small geographical area. Nestled between Bryant Park to the west and FDR Drive at the East River, the eclectic ...