As an American writer, I often examine the story of our nation for emergent archetypes of US identity. Several are terribly embarrassing for a citizen of conscience: the Couch Potatoes of Consumer-Capitalist Society, the American Gladiator of War-Rage and Bigotry, the Avaricious and Appalling Wall St. Tycoon.
It’s great to find a woman who laughs at your wit, but not when she sounds like she’ll follow up with “I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!”
In the bestselling book “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate,” journalist Naomi Klein investigates power as the issue.
One of the best Academy Awards I’ve seen in a while, thanks in no small part to the excellent and veteran hosting skills of Neil Patrick Harris.
With growing older, there’s a lot of mixed feelings. On the one hand, it’s cool to grow wiser and be able to reflect on more of your life. On the other, in a nutshell, it’s goodbye to more of your youth and hello to old age, “adulthood” and more health problems.
If you have heard of Climate Change raise your hand.
Just as sustainably sourced products often take into consideration the conditions of workers and the support of their communities, sustainable cities must evaluate features such as transportation, housing, and the design of outdoor and indoor public spaces, all of which have an effect on not just the environment but also people of all ages.
Up until now, Shawn James always sold his music at a “pay what you want” price point.
According to some people, spring is going to be here before too long. That would be something to celebrate except that these people are all lying bastards.
A controversial law that will bar Arkansas cities from drafting civil rights laws similar to Fayetteville’s Ordinance 119 passed late Monday, Feb. 23.