White poppies remember and respect civilian deaths, deaths in all wars, and deaths from wherever they came. They’re a much less 19th-century approach to grief and mourning than the ‘only our boys’ approach of the red poppy campaign.
Category Archives: Worthing, Sussex.
Terrifying Chickens, Green Dreams.
There’s a green festival at the Other place, and they do a plenty of musical dreaming up the road, but what’s especially dear to the hearts of many Worthing folk is the future of the planet and questions of how we can support sustainability. This was the 3rd Green Dreams festival, where a very motley crew ofContinue reading “Terrifying Chickens, Green Dreams.”
The Travelodge Rembrandt. (Part One).
I hide it all under my bed when I go out …. when I leave … I wonder if they’re gonna stop me one day.
Ethmnographic shorts. Not these cargoes – not even Malinowski’s old baggy khakis; na, it’s tiny flashes of local life. Small town, big thinking.
WoBy – Worthing ethnographic – shifts here this week.
The blog ‘worthing By Accident’ (WoBy) shifts here from its old home at SOAS blogs (university of London, UK). Ethnographic short flashes by Caroline Osella.