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The White Nile River, a tributary of the Nile, flows through Uganda. Photo: Eli Reichman

A Displaced Spirit

By Chandra Brown   |   Dec 21, 2017 December 21, 2017

When the Bujagali dam was erected on Uganda’s White Nile in 2011, the World Bank hired local witch doctors to relocate the river’s spirit gods. The deities that dwell in the Nile’s massive rapids were moved to cataracts on different, unaffected stretches of the river. This struck me as remarkable:… Read More

Patagonia Bike to Work Week 2015 – #ridehard4adam

Patagonia Bike to Work Week 2015 – #ridehard4adam

Jul 16, 2015 July 16, 2015

Reno D.C. Recap By Gavin Back As with most years, Patagonia celebrated a belated Bike to Work Week (B2WW) due to business conflicts. And yet again we had fantastic participation. Here in Reno, we collectively rode 4,586 miles but the crown deservedly goes to our North American retail stores… Read More

Weeknights on the Bowery

Weeknights on the Bowery

By Jeff DiNunzio   |   Dec 9, 2013 December 9, 2013

October 15 was an idyllic autumn evening in the Northeast, cool and clear at the intersection of Bowery and Bleecker. As the sun set, amps and guitars and drum kits and crates of audio gear rolled through the front doors of the old CBGB gallery,… Read More

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