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Author Archives: Harry Brake
Wow. When I heard the National Theatre of Londonwas showing Midsummer Night’s Dream, after viewing a slew of amazing performances the last few weeks – I started viewing a few nights ago, was AMAZING at how the changes made to … Continue reading
Do not Go Gentle Into that Good Night Yes, years ago Ms. Debra Ramon have a speech to the graduating Class of The American School Foundation in Mexico City in 2016. It reached every soul and heart string in the … Continue reading
As the National Theatre in London streams this week Frankenstein– different meanings reveal themselves in a strange world we find ourselves in currently. Having see this show in the Lunario in Mexico City, I vaguely remember why this was one … Continue reading
After spending several weeks with the pandemic as muse, this topic and the article a friend found today is so so relevant! Here is my paper: Breaking Barriers, Restructuring the Educational Infrastructure Within a Social Technological Librarianship Framework Introduction Recently … Continue reading
I used to think I was not really a musical kind of guy. Really. Yet there was that one time… At the time there was a faculty member I heard through the grapevine – as a then student at Butler … Continue reading
Walking the dogs after dark has become a habit. This was one of the greatest things to do in Mexico, with a night life that made it seemed as if the middle of the day, neighborhoods were alive until 2:00 … Continue reading
In the middle of a pandemic, yes, easy to see many affected to being stir crazy, the onslaught of radio and television focuses on a what seems as a Repeat play of the same information, and overall feeling at times … Continue reading
I was shocked to see a huge group of young students playing soccer together in a field today. I was in total disbelief, and seriously had no words until I thought of these words below after seeing a police officer … Continue reading
A bright spot – a student from last 9 weeks, third marking period- in March when we were still in school, has been sending me edits of his letter to get it better and better and sent me a final … Continue reading
YES! It is School Librarian Month AND National Poetry Month! Shout out to your School Librarians for School Library Month! Not seen to you, your school librarians recourse, network, create, develop, support and often repair problems with tech, research, and … Continue reading