Using our new inexpensive, stainless steel, reusable straws — via Instagram

Using our new inexpensive, stainless steel, reusable straws -- via Instagram

Using our new inexpensive, stainless steel, reusable straws 

Out for midday coffee at Farm Table, Van Nuys

Got a set of 4 cheap on Amazon. You can probably find them elsewhere, too.

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When Women Called the Shots: The Forgotten Story of Early Hollywood’s Female Filmmakers

The KCET documentary Lost LA is designed to cover the hidden stories of our city. This clip comes from Season 2, episode four “The Dream Factory” and covers the lost history of Hollywood’s early female screenwriters and directors. Most of them appear in our upcoming collection of essays When Women Wrote Hollywood. This segment is similarly titled “When Women Called the Shots.”

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Preparing to speak at American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS) Pacific Regional Conference – “From Atoms to Applications” via My Instagram

Preparing to speak at American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS) Pacific Regional Conference – “From Atoms to Applications”

My talk was Pedagogy of the Flipped Classroom

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Visiting Professionals Panel At The Television Academy

Group photo with students visiting from the Tennessee State University for a panel discussion with myself, Tony Carey (The Sopranos, The Riches, Just Shoot Me), Tiffany Boone (The Chi, The Following, Beautiful Creatures) and Chad L. Coleman (The Wire, Walking Dead, The Expanse) as part of the Television Academy’s Visiting Professionals Program.

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Happy Halloween: Listen to this LIVE adaptation of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Our friends, Keri Dearborn and Michael Lawshe just released their annual Halloween show, Ghosts of the Internet.

This year it is a live recording of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, adapted by Keri Dearborn.

If you listen, you might hear 2 familiar voices among the cast (wink, wink)

Listen to Ghosts of the Internet 11: Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

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Kitties are ready to go to Stephens College’s Citizen Jane Film Festival this week and so are we!

Kitties are ready to go to Stephens College’s Citizen Jane Film Festival this week and so are we!

Kitties are ready to go to Stephens College’s Citizen Jane Film Festival this week and so are we!

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Rosanne emerges from the Wardrobe to continue the tour at Stanborough Mill

Rosanne emerges from the Wardrobe to continue the tour at Stanborough Mill

Rosanne emerges from the Wardrobe to continue the tour at Stanborough Mill

“Daughter of Eve from the far land of Spare Oom where eternal summer reigns around the bright city of War Drobe”

Stansborough LTD Woolen Mill, Petone, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.

This small and unique mill produced fabric for costume for The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Narnia and more. They raise their own unique sheep herd that produces naturally colored wool in a a variety of shades from black to gray to white.

You can get an overview of what they do and see their turn of the century looms working on their factory tour.

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Women’s History Month – 25 in a series – Audra Ann McDonald

Actress and singer Audra Ann McDonald became the first performer to win six competitive Tony Awards in 2014 and the only performer to have won a Tony in all four acting categories. A graduate of the Julliard School, a performing conservatory in New York City, McDonald began acting as a child when her parents enrolled her in a theater group to manage a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD).

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Women in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection Volume One: Precolonial North America To The Early Republic – Dr. Peg A. Lamphier And Dr. Rosanne Welch, Editors

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Women’s History Month – 24 in a series – Betty Reid Soskin

A woman of mixed racial heritage, Betty Charbonnet Reid Soskin is a living repository of African American history, a social reformer, and a voice for marginalized people. In her late 80s, she became a special consultant to the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historic Park, and at age 94 she became the country’s oldest full-time National Park Service ranger.

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Women in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection Volume One: Precolonial North America To The Early Republic – Dr. Peg A. Lamphier And Dr. Rosanne Welch, Editors

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Women’s History Month – 18 in a series – Chien-Shiung Wu

Distinguished Chinese American experimental physicist and the “First Lady of Physics,” Chien-Shiung Wu is best known for the Wu experiment, which proved that the law of conservation of parity does not hold for weak subatomic interactions. Dr. Wu was an expert in the subject of beta decay and played an important role in the Manhattan Project.

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Women in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection Volume One: Precolonial North America To The Early Republic – Dr. Peg A. Lamphier And Dr. Rosanne Welch, Editors

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