Monthly Archives: October 2016

Encouraging Education on Local Government

The usual suspects showed up at Lansing’s town board business meeting Wednesday night: the board, two journalists and about four or five town employees. A few minutes in to the frantically paced meeting (it’s like they knew NLCS game 4 was tonight) I saw out of the corner of  my eye two young men in […]

‘Tools Don’t Have Genders’

There is nothing in this world that doesn’t have multiple angles and sides to its argument. For instance, right now I’m struggling to properly identify pumpkin as a fruit. Seems way more like a vegetable to me, but I’m all about those facts so whatever. On to the more pressing issue at hand. A lot […]