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Arianna Huffington

My Q and A With Insomnia Expert Gregg Jacobs

Arianna Huffington | March 31, 2015 | Healthy Living
Gregg Jacobs is an insomnia specialist at the Sleep Disorders Center at the UMass Memorial Medical Center and the author of Say Good Night to Insomnia. In answer to my questions, he shared his insights on how human sleep patterns have changed over time, healthier and more effective alternatives to sleeping pills, and how to reverse our worst sleep habits and behaviors.
Kelly Frazier

Hip Hop Artist Earl Sweatshirt is a Voice for the Youth in America on New Album and is set to Play at Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit

Kelly Frazier | March 28, 2015 | Detroit
Earl Sweatshirt came about the hip hop world through the Odd Future crew, and he's arguably the most talented emcee out of the collective along with Tyler, The Creator.
Thomas Gladysz

Louise Brooks Returns to Detroit in Pandora's Box

Thomas Gladysz | March 26, 2015 | Detroit
On March 28th, the Redford Theatre in Detroit is set to screen Pandora's Box, the 1929 silent film starring screen legend Louise Brooks. For Metro Detroiters, it's a special opportunity to see one of the great films of the silent era on the big screen of a restored 1928 theater.
Arianna Huffington

My Q and A With Patrick Fuller on How Neuroscience Can Unlock Sleep's Mysteries

Arianna Huffington | March 27, 2015 | Science
Patrick Fuller is a neuroscientist at Harvard Medical School's esteemed Division of Sleep Medicine. In answer to my questions, he shared his insights on the importance of good sleep hygiene, how our brain's clock is connected to our overall well-being, and the problem with sleeping pills.
SmartAsset.com

The Most Interesting Cities in America

SmartAsset.com | March 25, 2015 | Travel
While they may not necessarily have the most pleasant weather or the best food, they've got something else, a certain indefinable quality that makes them hard to forget.
David Macaray

Onward, Toward Plutocracy

David Macaray | March 25, 2015 | Business
Which outcome has the better odds of succeeding? The UAW forcing the Big Three to adhere to an "equal pay for equal work" format and return to a one-tier wage format, or the Big Three eventually implementing a third, fourth, fifth and sixth wage tier? Not to sound defeatist, but I think we know the answer.
Andy Campbell

I Drank So Much Soda as a Child That My Veins Collapsed

Andy Campbell | March 27, 2015 | Healthy Living
I'd just finished a Mountain Dew, my first love, which I drank whenever I was thirsty. My mom called me to the kitchen for dinner, and I stood up. But as I made my way across the living room, everything got dark. I could feel my heart throbbing in my ears, and then, I felt nothing.
Amanda Gregory

Better Than Bunnies This Easter

Amanda Gregory | March 25, 2015 | Parents
What does it say about love, caring and responsibility if you abandon your new pet to a shelter within a year? Living creatures are not disposable.
Hon. Judy Harris Kluger

Pretty Woman Hides an Ugly Reality

Hon. Judy Harris Kluger | March 25, 2015 | Impact
The Today Show's celebration of this fantasy misses the reality that prostitution is rarely light, loving or funny. In the quarter century since the film's release, we know much more about the links between prostitution and human trafficking.
PureWow

10 of the Most Colorful Places in the U.S.

PureWow | March 25, 2015 | Travel
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We've shown you the world's most colorful places. But wait until you see these ten bright, beautiful spots right here in the U.S. of A.
Kelly Frazier

Detroit Rapper Red Pill Channels Everyday Life on New Album Look What This World Did To Us

Kelly Frazier | March 24, 2015 | Detroit
Red Pill is not cool in your stereotypical rapper way. There's no flashy attitude or a sense that he constantly needs to be the center of attention. It's a bit of that Almost Famous/William Miller uncool mystique with him.
Dale Hansen

America Needs Labor Unions

Dale Hansen | March 24, 2015 | Politics
Considering that studies have found a direct correlation between the number of people in labor unions and the distribution of wealth, it becomes clear that if the Republicans' goal is to build a stronger, healthier economy for all Americans, then continuing to add obstacles to organizing is the wrong approach.
Arianna Huffington

Introducing HuffPost Gratitude: Starting the Conversation on What We're Thankful For

Arianna Huffington | March 24, 2015 | Healthy Living
Gratitude has always been one of the most powerful emotions for me. And it's no coincidence that "grace" and "gratitude" have the same Latin root, "gratus." Whenever we find ourselves in a stop-the-world-I-want-to-get-off mindset, we can remember that there is another way and open ourselves to grace. And it often starts with taking a moment to be grateful for this day, for being alive -- for anything. That's why I'm delighted to announce HuffPost Gratitude, a new section in partnership with American Greetings, featuring stories that illuminate gratitude's transformative power to bring a much-needed dose of perspective to our lives. We hope HuffPost Gratitude will be a place to share not only personal stories but tools and tips that can help each of us tap into our own gratitude in ways that can make our lives, and the lives of others, more meaningful and more fulfilling. That's why we're kicking off the new section with a series around the theme "What I'm Most Thankful For."
Thrillist

The Next Chipotle: 6 Chains Ready to Blow Up in 2015

Thrillist | March 23, 2015 | Taste
A select few are proving you don't need to serve 6-ton burritos to achieve fast-casual stardom.
Joan B. Rose

Celebrating Water: Top 10 Special Things You Can Do

Joan B. Rose | March 23, 2015 | Green
So World Water Day is time for all of us to think about water on our Blue Planet. What does water mean to you and what can you do to celebrate? Here are my top 10 suggestions.
Nathan Manske

He Told His Boyfriend, 'I Love You.' His Boyfriend's Response Brought Him to Tears. (VIDEO)

Nathan Manske | March 20, 2015 | Gay Voices
When Michael Coulter left Flint, Michigan, and went to college, he "met more gay people in one hour" than he had in his entire life. But there was one who caught his eye, and that boy would become his first love. As the school year continued, Michael's feelings only grew stronger, and with summer break approaching, he felt like he was ready to share his feelings.
Kelly Frazier

World Renown Violinist Karen Gomyo to Perform Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 With the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Kelly Frazier | March 20, 2015 | Detroit
If you really open yourself up to it, Mozart's music is anything but that. It's timeless, it's full of emotion, and it has everything to do with how we as humans feel, even today. In a world where most music burns heavy and burns out quickly, the flame of Mozart's music still burns as warmly as it did when he first wrote it.
Clayton B. Cornell

5 Reasons You Should Quit Your Job to Travel Now

Clayton B. Cornell | March 20, 2015 | Travel
Stop kidding yourself. How long has it been since you said, "If I just get to X, I will take that trip"?
Arianna Huffington

My Q and A With Claire Sexton on How Sleep -- and Lack of Sleep -- Affects Our Brains

Arianna Huffington | March 19, 2015 | Healthy Living
How does the brain change as we age, and what steps can we take to help our brains stay healthy as time goes by? In answer to my questions, Claire Sexton, a post-doctoral research assistant at the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain, elaborated on some of her latest scientific findings and offered some tips on how to improve the quality of our sleep.
Rep. John Conyers

A Progressive Answer to the GOP's Regressive Budget

Rep. John Conyers | March 18, 2015 | Politics
By strengthening the safety net and investing in 21st-century infrastructure, manufacturing, education, and environmental protection, the Congressional Progressive Caucus' "People's Budget" will create 8.4 million new jobs and give low- and moderate-income Americans a much-needed raise. And it's important to note that the CPC's budget achieves all this without breaking the bank.
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