Sometimes doing good is free. Employing skills like great communication and critical thinking, empathizing with other humans and non-humans, and centering our actions in love and friendship are just a few concepts that are free to use.
Bojack Horseman, the strange animated show from Netflix about a world where homo sapiens exist alongside anthropomorphized, walking, talking animals.
Summer is the perfect time to catch a glimpse of our visiting Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in between their spring and fall migrations to tropical climates.
This game is absolutely unprecedented. When it was announced, Pokémon fans rejoiced, but in all honesty, none of us had a fraction of a clue.
Suffocating under all that stuff? Often our wardrobes are the simplest way to downsize and make a difference for our budget, mental health, charities, and the environment.
Good god, what a week.
Video games, for decades, were not considered to be art and were considered no more expressive than a pinball machine.
That little turtle you just passed on the way to work may be older than you.
Ramadan ended this Tuesday, something the majority of Americans are likely unaware of, or simply don’t care about.
Most often, we think of making a difference with our hands, our money, or our time. But with our videos?