The vice president of finance spends his time doing it listening to the radio, most preferably BBC Radio 2, the station he grew used to listening to when living in the United Kingdom.
The attorney recalls doing work and reading the paper while so engaged, except for the time that someone died.
The contractor said he was able to sleep and hold a book at the same time while he was doing it, and the construction supervisor has learned to calculate the amount of time he’ll be involved in it down to the minute — depending on the time of day he gets started.
What is it? The mundane but almost necessary practice of commuting to work.
With poverty high in Reading, city officials are willing to try just about anything to create decent-paying jobs.
Friday afternoon, they heard a pitch for an idea that has worked elsewhere and might be just right in Reading.
Seattle-based filmmakers Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin, in town for the Berks Arts Council’s seventh annual Greater Reading Film Festival, were the featured guests at a lunchtime roundtable session focused on employee-owned businesses.
Young and Dworkin have created a documentary on the subject titled, “Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work,” which will be screened during the festival.
Monday again already! UGH! Meeting tonight and then work to do when I get home. It’s gonna be a LONG day. At least it’s not raining, yet. Just maybe we will get lucky and avoid precipitation today! Gotta get ready so this will be a short one for now. Happy Monday Pottstown!