There’s nothing quite like catching up with former high school mates to make you feel your age. Abruptly grey and bespeckled, or bafflingly youthful, as though frozen in time: either somehow highlights the decades racing by. Recently, a harsher sign of our advancing years reared its head when the conversation turned to aging parents with dementia. Read More
Last Saturday, an asteroid named 2023 DZ2 flew by our planet at 27,000 km an hour, closer to us than it was to the moon.
This year’s United Nation’s Climate Change Conference (COP27) opens in Cairo Sunday and continues for two weeks, but all that hot air is less important than the single fact that Luiz Inácio (Lula) da Silva narrowly won the Brazilian presidency last Sunday.
This summer, as a dwindling pool of recruits suit up in uniform to enforce rules and keep order, they’ll be kitted up with body-worn cameras.
This isn’t exactly a funeral, yet in a way it is.
On June 8, 2021, I stood on the steps of the London Muslim Mosque, with people to my left and right as far as my eyes could see.
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