As the third moon rises over Muddle Earth's Perfumed Bog, the twinkling lights are lit on a small houseboat, home to a wizard, Randalf, and his familiar, a very sarcastic budgie called Veronica. Randalf is in trouble: he's stony broke. He's just spent his last silver pipsqueak. There's only one way for a wizard to make cash on Muddle Earth, and that's by doing some magic. Meanwhile, life is about to change beyond recognition for Joe Jefferson, an ordinary schoolboy on ordinary Earth, and his dog, Henry.
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With all the talk of the white working class having catapulted our incoming president to power, I’ve been pondering my own status, past and present, on the socioeconomic ladder. Admittedly now a card-carrying member of the liberal and coastal elite so despised by Donald Trump’s core constituency, I didn’t always see myself this way. But then, whether you consider yourself lower, middle or upper has a good deal to do with whom you’re standing next to.
"Notes on the Upper Muddle" is from the January 08, 2017 Lifestyle section of The New York Times. It was written by Lucinda Rosenfeld and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
"2 Months after 'Brexit' Vote, Britain's Push to Leave EU Is a Muddle" is from the August 31, 2016 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Stephen Castle and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
Becca likes to run, skip and turn cartwheels...and she loves to play outside and explore. But could Muddle Creek Zoo be more than she bargained for? Becca is inquisitive, and enjoys discovering and learning anything new. Join her on an imaginative adventure through this curiously muddled zoo.
The year 2015 was a dreadful one for Europe in general and for the EU in particular. It started with the terrorist attack against the magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris and ended with an even more deadly jihadist assault in the same city. In between, the EU battled an economic crisis in Greece, which threatened the entire eurozone, and endured a staggering inflow of refugees from the Middle East and other war-torn regions.