I’ve had lunch twice so far at Pasha, a new Turkish restaurant in Arlington Center. Although I don’t know anything yet about their dinners, I can highly recommend it on the basis of the two lunches. If you’ve never had… Read More ›
Month: September 2009
The Internet isn't melting our brains.
Vincent Rossmeier has written a refreshing article in Salon entitled “Is the Internet melting our brains?” Essentially an interview with linguist Dennis Baron about his new book, A Better Pencil, the article counters much of the typical hand-wringing in the… Read More ›
Numb3rs, Season Six — and the Unexpected Quiz
On the other hand, the season opener of Numb3rs — Season Six, which is hard to believe! — was pretty good, even it was skimpy on the math and a bit long on tensions between Charlie and Amita. But this… Read More ›
I gave it a fair shot. As a teacher in a suburban high school, I felt duty-bound to watch the first three episodes of Glee, and I really tried to like it. But I’ve given up. The actors can’t act… Read More ›