What's on This Week

04.26.2015
A few years ago, the notion of the "quantified self" was the domain of a relatively small group of hackers, engineers, and computer enthusiasts. Now, under its many names—...
04.26.2015
Every space has a sound and every sound tells a story. No metaphor here, nothing fancy, we mean actual stories about actual buildings.Good stories and bad ones too.

On Our Minds

You know poems can be different things to different people: solace, a call to action, beauty. A reflection on war. But to Rae Armantrout there’s one thing that all poetry...
​ “To read a poem is to hear it with our eyes; to hear it is to see it with our ears.” -Octavio Paz Over the years To the Best of Our Knowledge has interviewed some amazing...
Henri
Inside The World of Henri, Le Chat Noir Henri is in a world-weary mood. He stares bleakly into the camera before muttering (in French) something depressed and existential...
There are many ways to react to the tragedies of the past. Politically. Historically. And even… musically.  Diamanda Galas on her double CD "Defixiones: Will and Testament."...
April 24th marks the 100th anniversary of what many scholars have called the first modern genocide. More than 1 and a half million Armenians died at the hands of the Turks...

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