Episode 395: Ireland creates a basic income for artists, the conclusion of “To Autumn” by Keats, the beauty of Canberra, the brilliance of Jim Henson, “Liebestraum” by Franz Liszt, and more…

Good News: The Republic of Ireland is introducing a pilot program to provide a basic weekly stipend to artists to help support their work, Link HERE.

The Good Word: The third and final stanza of the classic “To Autumn” by John Keats.

Good To Know: A fun little fact about pumpkins!

Good News: The very measure we use to fight climate change may also go a long way toward extending life expectancy in other ways, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Spend a few minutes soaring over the beautiful capital of Australia, Canberra! Link HERE.

Good Company: Take some time today in the exceptionally Good Company of the genius of Jim Henson, Link HERE.

Sounds Good: Today is the anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt! Listen to this extraordinary performance of his classic “Liebestraum” performed by Lang Lang, HERE.

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