Cycling across America with two saddlebags, and one question in tow.
Paul E. Fallon is the author of “Architecture by Moonlight: Rebuilding Haiti, Redrafting a Life.” He blogs here.
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What light could the originator of Objectivism possibly shed on volunteering?
I may be comfortable divulging details of my personal life, but that doesn’t mean others will bless how I interpret their actions.
An architect who oversaw construction of an orphanage and a school after the devastating earthquake reflects on the hard truth that, where poverty is pervasive, progress is slow.
My gut response to research in the Cave de Chauvet Pont d’Arc is to cease our meddling and seal it back up.
My contributions, like the faded leaf, are subtler than during the mid-summer of my life, but they are more gentle and personal, too.
Pilobolus performs around the country and across the globe, but I’m thinking their audience ought to include those who could use a refresher in the art – and necessity – of working together.
Uber’s price cuts hurt drivers more than they hurt the company’s bottom line.
Are the great feats of civil engineering behind us?
If I donate money to chip away at super PAC clout, I’m helping ensure that big money determines election outcomes.
I posted a fresh tweet every day for a month. This is what I learned.
Gnashing over the mechanics of healthcare reform masks a deeper fear: that our idealized view of individual care, rooted in personal relationships, will be forever lost.