I know it’s been a while since my last post. I’ve been busy at work trying to figure things out and since we’re still waiting on the Internet to be connected at home I really haven’t had a lot of time to browse the Internet.
So, to keep the ball rolling I’m taking suggestions – is there anything about the newsroom that you’d like to know about?
In the meantime, I’ll leave you with two things:
1) As a former Glendora resident, I’m excited about the redevelopment of the Citrus Crossing, a retail center at Citrus Avenue and Route 66 (in Azusa, across from APU). I think the area will benefit greatly from the project.
2) Is anyone as confused about this situation with Sen. Larry Craig as I am? Who knew this kind of thing went on in airport bathrooms? I listened to NPR‘s coverage this morning and thought that their sidebar on The Semiotics of Sexual Behavior was a pretty clever companion. Here’s the teaser:
Allegations of lewd conduct in a public restroom by Sen. Larry Craig raise the question of how foot-tapping or hand-waving in a toilet stall can lead to an arrest. Dr. Michael Reece, associate professor for public health at Indiana University in Bloomington, researches sexual behavior, anonymous sexual encounters and the venues where they take place. He talks with Alex Chadwick.
Link to the audio.