Imagine this year’s impending holiday party. Close your eyes–can you see it? Your roommate is in the corner recounting a story she heard on NPR about the fossil record. Your mom hasn’t greeted anyone yet because she won’t take her … Continue reading

The holidays are fast approaching and for many of us that means special treats: brown sugar with a side of yams, too many kinds of pie to choose just one, hot chocolate with marshmallows and whipped cream, and so. many. … Continue reading

In the age of selfies and social media, it seems that everyone is obsessed with discovering and projecting a certain image of themselves to the world. It could be cultivating a huge following with a clever persona on Twitter, gaining … Continue reading

Cold weather is upon us, which means we’re all about to spend way less time soaking up the sun outside, and much time inside, sitting at our desks. We’ve all heard how bad sitting is for us, and with more … Continue reading

In Rogues’ Gallery: The Rise (and Occasional Fall) of Art Dealers, the Hidden Players in the History of Art author Philip Hook, Sotheby’s board member and senior director of Impressionist & Modern art in London, explores the hidden universe behind how the world’s most … Continue reading

Looking to up the creepy-factor for your Halloween party decorations? This slime recipe is perfect for kids ages 2-6. Put it in a bowl with a bit of cooked spaghetti, cover with a box complete with a hand-sized hole, and … Continue reading

MLBs 2017 World Series is from October 24, 2017 – November 1, 2017! Four MLB teams—the New York Yankees, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Houston Astros, and the Chicago Cubs —will be competing for the title of World Series Champions … Continue reading

The last few years have seen a major cultural shift towards “waking up.” Whatever the reason for the shift, becoming “woke” is now a process, and not the default mode in which we exist. And nowhere is our need to … Continue reading

Happy World Vegetarian Day! World Vegetarian Day occurs every year on October 1st and was created to celebrate the healthy, compassionate option of going meat-free–even if only for one day! Eating meat-free for even one day a week, or one … Continue reading

We’re all familiar with the feeling of walking or driving a long distance and arriving at the destination with very little memory of the journey. This is an example of our subconscious taking over to save energy – your brain … Continue reading