Shalini Shankar through her newest book, Beeline: What Spelling Bees Reveal About Generation Z's New Path to Success, gave insight and commentary on the differences between generations starting with the baby boomers, immigration and race, and of course, the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Thoughtful and well-written, the book reads more like a documentary than a … Continue reading Beeline
Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Pride: Photographs After Stonewall has been released.
Henry Carroll brings to the photography world, Be A Super Awesome Photographer, a handy guide with 20 photo challenges with real photographic examples.
Struan Stevenson cleverly gives the spotlight to the meals that have influenced some of the biggest events in our history with a detailed menu with recipes recreated by Tony Singh, MBE.
No matter your religious or non-religious background, Wild Mercy is a book that is for all (men and women) who are trying to find their way by embracing the feminine aspects of life in this dominantly patriarchal and masculine world. This book is essential in not only finding yourself, but connecting with the feminine in … Continue reading Wild Mercy: Living the Fierce and Tender Wisdom of the Women Mystics
You may be planning a trip to South Korea soon and there are a few things that you must absolutely NOT do when visiting. Visiting includes going for vacation, business, study abroad, teaching, ect.
Every time we take a pill, a shot or vaccination, we rarely think about how it was created, it's history or the motivation behind it. We take what we need, what we don't need, and try to keep going about our lives.