This weekend, I caught an NPR story about Daylight Savings, featuring insights from Michael Downing (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Finalist ’08). Michael wrote a (dare I say “the”) book on Daylights Savings, and the NPR piece draws on his considerable (as well as wry and witty) expertise on the subject.
Spring forward to read/listen to it.
Image: Ilana Manolson (Painting Fellow ’08), TOP OF THE MORNING (2007), oil on board, 24 X 24 in. Ilana’s recent oil paintings, along with the pastels of Nicora Gangi, show in Looking Comes First at the Barrington Center for the Arts at Gordon College in Wenham, March 16-April 17.