Last gasps of fall in Sunset Park.
This game of Catan has taken so many turns, and we still don’t have a winner. (And I’m currently holding onto longest road and largest army.)
Update. Built a city, played my developer card victory point, and won this sucker.
Yes, this is exactly what I looked like the time I choked on a dumpling and a friend performed the Heimlich on me.
In an unprecedented move, the French newspaper Libération ran an entire issue without photos today, placing them instead in the back spread so people can see the art that’s missing. Its reason? It was trying to draw attention to the plight of photojournalists worldwide—timing the issue around Paris Photo, the world’s largest photography fair. “It’s not a wake, we’re not burying the photographic art […] Instead we give photography the homage it deserves,” the paper explains. “Yet, no one can ignore the calamitous situation press photographers now find themselves in, especially war photographers who risk their lives while barely making a living.”
Your move, Chicago Sun-Times.
Learning how to take a compliment.
Yes, ma’am. So proud of you.