Anthropology.net notes the discovery of Australopithecus remains east of the Great Rift Valley.
blogTO suggests that Toronto restaurants east of the Don face trouble in attracting customers.
Patrick Cain maps gentrification over the past decade in Toronto and Vancouver.
Geocurrents polls its readers as to what themes they would like the blog to examine.
Joe. My. God. shares the new Pet Shop Boys tracks “Burn” and “Undertow”.
Lawyers, Guns and Money notes the problems of the right in the United States with being consistent in its rhetoric about abortion being murder.
Marginal Revolution links to an interesting article suggesting that Soviet movies had fewer Americans villains than one might expect, partly because Nazis filled that niche but also because Americans were not seen as inherently threatening.
Personal Reflections looks at the particular fiscal imbalances of Australian federalism.
The Power and the Money’s Noel Maurer starts to examine the likely consequences of a Venezuelan defaullt.
The Volokh Conspiracy notes the ongoing litigation over the Star Trek fan production Axanar.
Towleroad notes the first attempts to set up arranged same-sex marriages for people of Indian background.
Transit Toronto notes a repair to a secondary entrance of Ossington station and the continued spread of Presto readers throughout the grid.
Window on Eurasia suggests Russia is the chief beneficiary of an Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.