Friday, April 30, 2021

Reading Rat - April 2021

Articles, Essays, Reviews

'Mystery Science Theater 3000' Kickstarter Campaign Returns to Fund New Episodes and Virtual Theater, by Chris Evangelista, Film

The Power of Pear: A Pear-Shaped Brain Tumor Halted Jeannie Gaffigan's Life, Brought Her Closer to God, and Showed Her How to Really Live, by Stephen Filmanowicz, Marquette Magazine

My Experience Conducting a Civil Jury Trial During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Three Separate and Unique Accounts; by Chelsea J. Wilfong, and Christina Davis-Sommers, Corneille Law Group, LLC; Andrew J. Versnik, American Family Mutual Insurance Company, S.I.; Patrick G. Heaney, Thrasher, Pelish & Heaney, Ltd.; WDC Journal, Wiscconsin Defense Counsel

How the Humanities Building Went Wrong: From the start, problems plagued a piece of architecture that could have been great, by Preston Schmitt, On Wisconsin

Court Packing: Should the Supreme Court be reformed? Nicole Etter interviews Associate Professor Joshua Braver, University of Wisconsin Law School, Gargoyle

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