I have no idea what this is, but I went ahead and ordered it. Should be entertaining, I think. [Editor's note: Deana did fieldwork in Rocamadour, a small town in France known as a pilgrimage destination.]
Just when you were beginning to think that it would never do anyone any good, voting with your dollar makes a difference. An effort by textile companies and the government of Lesotho has brought the textile industry back from near disaster to near fighting strength again, in large part thanks to the “government… working hard [...]
Check out buyblue.org. It keeps track of the political donations of various corporations, helping consumers spend their money at places that support rather than oppose their liberal politics. Not that anyone here would be interested…. p.s. vague sense that this may have been posted before… am I hallucinating?
Posted by Deana in Shopping on August 9th, 2005 | Comments Off
Glen and I found Good Goods over the weekend and thought it was wonderful. We spent the evening in Saugatuck, West Michigan’s artsy/gay/alternative community and between rain showers we hit the galleries. Karen, Good Goods features one of the artists who did a room in that hotel in Iowa we stopped at. At which we [...]
Posted by Deana in Shopping on May 30th, 2005 | Comments Off