Barnet to host MK Dons in a pre-season friendly following promotion to the Football League

Originally posted on CitiBlog Milton Keynes:
Barnet have confirmed they will host Championship newcomers MK Dons in a pre-season friendly this summer. Karl Robinson’s men will travel to The Hive on Saturday, July 25 for a 3pm kick-off. Following their promotion back to the Football League the Bees are getting ready for life in League 2 with friendlies against the Dons and their local rivals Peterborough. Tickets for the fixture will be announced at a later date. MK Dons pre-season schedule so far: Saturday 18th July – Newport Pagnell Town (a) Saturday 18th July – Buckingham Athletic (a) Monday 20th July… Continue reading Barnet to host MK Dons in a pre-season friendly following promotion to the Football League

Advice for Submitting Work for Publication

Originally posted on radical eyes for equity:
While I have blogged before about submitting work as a student and author, I want to focus here on submitting work for publication in academic, scholarly, or professional venues, especially work submitted by K-12 teachers and university scholars. For those new to submitting work for publication, an important first step is understanding academic and professional publishing. Academic/professional journals and books are edited and managed often by teachers and professors who are rarely paid for that work, and thus, must edit and manage along with maintaining their full-time academic work. IMPORTANT: Submit your work… Continue reading Advice for Submitting Work for Publication

It’s Not Just You

Originally posted on The Daily Dahlia:
Confession: probably my biggest pet peeve on the planet is when people start a question with “Am I the only one who…?” No. You’re not. You’re not the only one who writes that way, reads that way, likes that food, likes that band, thinks Benedict Cumberbatch sounds like a Game of Thrones character or looks like someone squeezed Spongebob and stuck googly eyes on him…you’re just not. But. There’s a different kind of “Is it just me?” feeling, and that’s the stress of when you’re drowning in something and nobody’s talking about it and… Continue reading It’s Not Just You

Why women talk less

Originally posted on language: a feminist guide:
This week on Newsnight, Evan Davis talked to three women about all-male panels—a subject made topical by the recent popularity of a tumblr set up to name and shame them. Why, he asked, are women so often un- or under-represented in public forums? Are they reluctant to put themselves forward? Are they deterred by the adversarial nature of the proceedings? The women offered some alternative suggestions. Women don’t get asked, or if they do it’s assumed you only need one. Women aren’t seen as experts, unless the subject is a ‘women’s issue’. The… Continue reading Why women talk less

Grilled veggies, millet, greens, cocoa chili dressing

Originally posted on Wendy's Place:
Grilled red peppers, yellow squash, zucchini and pork shoulder chops on a bed of greens and millet is topped with a dressing concocted of olive oil, grilled red pepper, cocoa powder,worcester sauce, honey and a dash of lemon. You can add as much heat as desired. This recipe is based on the one I found in the June issue of Yoga Journal (a favorite of mine) and I think it’s a great one for this holiday weekend. I think it would be just as lovely as it was written in Yoga Journal with grilled corn, black beans… Continue reading Grilled veggies, millet, greens, cocoa chili dressing