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Dana Sitar


How to Talk to an Artist

Dana Sitar | July 22, 2014 | Healthy Living
As a universally misunderstood lot, artists tend to hate talking to people. Whether you're in the industry or a layperson, our best friend, family member, or colleague, we don't want to talk to you. It's not because of rampant introversion or elitism in creative people. It's because you're not good at talking to us.
Vivek Wadhwa


We're Heading Into a Jobless Future, No Matter What the Government Does

Vivek Wadhwa | July 22, 2014 | Business
The writing is clearly on the wall about what lies ahead. Yet even the most brilliant economists -- and futurists -- don't know what to do about it.
Yoani Sanchez


No Protests on the Streets of Cuba

Yoani Sanchez | July 21, 2014 | Latino Voices
Freedom can be simulated, replaced by false statistics of well-being and justice, but someone always puts it to the test. That public protests on national and international issues don't happen in our territory is evidence of the lack of rights and social autonomy we endure.
Arin Greenwood


Animals Are More Than Mere Things. Let's Treat Them That Way

Arin Greenwood | July 22, 2014 | Green
An increasing number of people see zoos themselves as inherently problematic, and argue that even the best-funded, most conservation-minded institutions in which animals are kept on display should go the way of the dodo.
Ellen Kanner


Meatless Monday: Uncomfortably Aware -- Our Food Choices, Sustainability and Dr. Richard Oppenlander

Ellen Kanner | July 22, 2014 | Green
"We're creating irreversibility in areas of global depletion. If we're going to make it as a civilization or species, we have to change," says Dr. Richard Oppenlander. "To move the world in the direction that's truly more sustainable, the most efficient way possible means adopting fully organic, plant-based...
Susan Fogwell


An Evening With Donny & Marie at The Flamingo in Las Vegas

Susan Fogwell | July 18, 2014 | Travel
From the get go, the quick-witted duo were both having fun on stage cracking corny jokes, poking fun at one another, bantering back and forth and interacting with audience members.


WATCH: How A Team Of Deep-Sea Explorers Found One Of The Ocean's Most Elusive Creatures

TEDTalks | July 18, 2014 | TED Weekends
Humans have been looking for the giant squid ever since we first started taking pictures underwater. But the elusive deep-sea predator could never be caught on film -- until now.
Marcus Bright


The Window Is Open to Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Marcus Bright | July 18, 2014 | Politics
The dramatic humanitarian nature of children rushing to the U.S. border has catapulted the issue of immigration back on the national agenda.
Steven Kurlander


A Necessary Intervention: The Need to Bring Back Teddy's Big Stick for the Border Children

Steven Kurlander | July 18, 2014 | Politics
The debate about our failed immigration policies is back in full force in the American consciousness with the recent news of tens of thousands of "children" trekking to our southern border dominating the headlines.
Mary Johnson


Study Supports Getting Onboard With Financial Literacy Education

Mary Johnson | July 17, 2014 | College
Recent news that Florida is the first state in the nation to adopt the Council for Economic Education's National Standards for Financial Literacy is an encouraging development -- and hopefully other states will similarly follow suit.
John A. Tures

Why Cubans Are Defecting From the Republican Party

John A. Tures | July 17, 2014 | Politics
Cuban-Americans supplied not just votes, but candidates for the GOP. But now there is survey evidence that the group is split between the GOP and Democrats. The question is no longer if, but why.
Ann Brenoff


Is Talking To The Dead On Facebook Unhealthy?

Ann Brenoff | July 17, 2014 | Fifty
Forget trips to the psychic. Increasingly, Facebook has become our conduit for talking to the dearly departed.
Alex Nowrasteh


Why Aren't Child Migrants Fleeing to the U.S. From Nicaragua?

Alex Nowrasteh | July 16, 2014 | World
Explaining why Nicaraguan unaccompanied children migrants are not part of the recent surge may help explain why so many are coming from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras -- the so-called Northern Triangle. Nicaragua has low rates of violent crime, gang membership, and fewer family connections to the United States than the Northern Triangle.
Brian Holton Henderson


Hypocrisy and Cronyism in the 'Sunshine' State

Brian Holton Henderson | July 16, 2014 | Green
Florida ranks third in the nation for solar potential, but is currently not in the top 10 solar-producing states.
Gary Stein


Why I Support Florida's Medical Marijuana Amendment #2: I Care

Gary Stein | July 16, 2014 | Miami
Recently, I was in line at a grocery store reading my e-mail when another bored shopper, tired of looking at the tabloids for sale, looked over my shoulder and saw "Say Yes to Amendment 2" at the top of a letter on my iPhone.


Burlesque Dancers, Cirque du Soleil Performances and Energizing DJs: An Inside Look at Miami's E11EVEN

JustLuxe | July 15, 2014 | Miami
Like most people, I am curious by nature and thrive on the allure of the forbidden. The naughty and the unmentionable is something that is not easily avoided in a city like Miami. So checking out E11EVEN Miami, downtown's...
Dan Revich

I Spent 36 Hours in a Holding Cell on the US-Mexico Border

Dan Revich | July 16, 2014 | Politics
The floor felt like solid concrete with no softness or give. The room was long and narrow, angling to a point at the end. The ceilings about 12 feet high. Suddenly, one of the sleeping men lying below the bench pushed my blanket away.


The Best Places to Visit in Miami... in Two Days

Roadtrippers | July 15, 2014 | Travel
So you're going to Miami for a weekend of fun in the sun. You're planning on checking out the city's art, food, museums, beaches, and hotels. Well, look no further!
Chip Bergh


Here's Why You Really Shouldn't Wash Your Jeans

Chip Bergh | July 15, 2014 | Business
After a recent public talk, I shocked the crowd by admitting that the Levi's jeans I was wearing that day "hadn't seen the inside of a washing machine." Now, everywhere I go, the first thing people say to me is "Oh, you're the guy who never washes his jeans!"
Sarah Stephens


Putin in Havana, America at the Movies

Sarah Stephens | July 15, 2014 | Politics
When Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Havana this week to build closer ties with Cuba's senior leadership, it begged the question, "Haven't we seen this movie before?"
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