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10 Team Trouble Signs

Robert C. Crosby, D.Min. | Posted 07.13.2013 | Business
Robert C. Crosby, D.Min.

When unresolved conflicts emerge in the team environment, they are intentionally overlooked and disregarded. The more this is done, however, the more these negatives influences and motivation drainers grow and emerge, sapping the life right out of the team.

The Compelling Promise of Urbanism Without Effort

Charles R. Wolfe | Posted 07.13.2013 | Green
Charles R. Wolfe

As urban stakeholders -- residents, pundits, developers, associated professionals, and politicians -- we like to discuss and debate aspects of urb...

It's Actually Getting Another Season

Posted 05.11.2013 | TV

"Community" has surprisingly been renewed. NBC has ordered a Season 5 of the drama-plagued, but beloved cult-hit comedy. "Community's" renewal is s...

Why 'Community' (And Other Shows) Should Die

Maureen Ryan | Posted 07.10.2013 | TV
Maureen Ryan

As TV viewers, we have much more power these days. We have to choose not to use it sometimes.

Reaction to Amanda Berry: I've Got to Be a Better Neighbor

Christie O. Tate | Posted 07.10.2013 | Crime
Christie O. Tate

When I saw the news this week out of Cleveland about the women who'd been held captive since they were kidnapped as teenagers, I asked myself the questions that we all asked as the details came out. Most of the questions started with How?

Thank You, @HuffingtonPost Twitter Followers!

The Huffington Post | Posted 05.10.2013 | Technology

Yay! Thanks to you, we've reached 3 million followers on Twitter! To celebrate, we are giving away 30 exclusive Huffington Post tote bags. Keep yo...

Best of Britta Perry's Britta'd Moments

The Huffington Post | Irina Dvalidze | Posted 05.09.2013 | TV

Britta, verb 1. to make a small mistake 2. to achieve unqualified success against all odds Usage: "She messed up big time -- she really Britta'd th...

How Do We Stop Child Abuse?

Tony Loftis | Posted 07.08.2013 | Impact
Tony Loftis

Talking about the realities of abuse, especially child abuse is critical to helping to stop it. In the director's commentary to The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky says we stop abuse by talking about it in bringing out into the light. Chbosky's work helps us start that conversation.

The Darkest 'Community' Timeline?

The Huffington Post | Maureen Ryan | Posted 05.08.2013 | TV

We don't know yet whether Thursday's "Community" season finale will also be the NBC comedy's swan song, but we do know that a key character has enough...

Reinventing the TV Rating System: How Community's Fans Battled the Nielsen Rating System

Russell C. Smith | Posted 07.08.2013 | TV
Russell C. Smith

Once upon a time, the Nielsen rating system mattered. Not any longer. What matters now is fans and buzz. What matters in the digital age is is tribes and Twitter.

Pop-Up Yoga

Annie Stein | Posted 07.08.2013 | Healthy Living
Annie Stein

I see so clearly now how a sense of community is perhaps what we now need more than ever, as more of our time is spent plugged into some technological device or other and the world seems more unstable than ever.

Exploring Uncivil Liberties

Georgia Kelly | Posted 07.07.2013 | Politics
Georgia Kelly

When does liberty become license? At what point does the free exercise of my rights trample on yours? What is the real meaning of terms like private property, civil society, the commons?

Your Last Chance To Save 'Community'

Posted 05.07.2013 | TV

"Community" still has a chance to get renewed. The NBC comedy's production company Sony posted a video calling for fans to watch "Community" live ...

We Have a Dream: Farmworkers Organize for Justice

Beverly Bell | Posted 07.06.2013 | Impact
Beverly Bell

For decades, farmworkers have been leading a struggle for justice in our food system. Today, a recent string of victories by a farmworker group, together with the steadfast work of other groups, have taken the movement to a whole new level.

Bricks and Mortar and Radical Change

John M. Eger | Posted 07.04.2013 | Impact
John M. Eger

After reading but just a few of the Carnegie Corporation Reports over the last several years, it is clear that almost everything about the current edu...

Bricks and Mortar and Radical Change

John M. Eger | Posted 06.17.2013 | Impact
John M. Eger

After reading but just a few of the Carnegie Corporation Reports over the last several years, it is clear that almost everything about the current edu...

What Coachella Taught Me... Besides That I Don't Look Good in Crop Tops

Anna Musky-Goldwyn | Posted 07.02.2013 | Good News
Anna Musky-Goldwyn

At Coachella, love it or hate it, it really does feel like a different world. This, I suppose, can be said for any music festival.

After the Marathon Bombings: A Firsthand Account

Tara Skurtu | Posted 07.01.2013 | Crime
Tara Skurtu

The thing that struck me was the number of spectators who returned to the scene, and I keep hearing about more. That man in the cowboy hat, pinching off someone's exposed artery with his bare hands. The woman who ran back to the site to cradle a child.

The End of Conflict? Time Out for TubeTALK

Alexia Parks | Posted 06.30.2013 | Denver
Alexia Parks

Everything is context. Take the bus driver off the bus, the waiter out of the restaurant, your child's teacher out of the classroom, and the question when you both meet on the street might be: "I think I know you..."

Time for New Young Thought Leaders

Carole Sumner Krechman | Posted 06.28.2013 | Politics
Carole Sumner Krechman

Do you wonder why no one gets anything accomplished at the Capital? The Congress is filled with too many little boys and a few gals who are more focus...

Weeding Corporate Power out of Agricultural Policies: Communities Mobilize for Food and Farm Justice

Beverly Bell | Posted 06.29.2013 | Green
Beverly Bell

It regulates agricultural subsidies, food stamps, school lunch programs, rural conservation, and much more. Given the heavy impact this set of laws has on our daily lives, more and more people are asserting the need for public participation in crafting the legislation.

Celebrate Neighborday on April 27

Ben Goldhirsh | Posted 06.27.2013 | Impact
Ben Goldhirsh

I'm a member of GOOD, the worldwide community of people who give a damn. We are pragmatic idealists working towards individual and collective progress. And today, I am excited to share the first holiday of the GOOD community: on April 27, we celebrate Neighborday all around the world.

Fieldoo Scores Big in Social Media for Sports

Jure Klepic | Posted 06.25.2013 | Business
Jure Klepic

It's truly amazing that somebody didn't think of this sooner. The sports world is the ultimate social community.

Stories That Change the World

Jim Wallis | Posted 06.25.2013 | Religion
Jim Wallis

Stories are what change the world, more than just ideas. And that's what I am seeing and hearing on the road -- stories that will change people for the common good. Even Washington can be affected by the stories outside of Washington -- take immigration reform for example.

It's 'Freaky Friday' For Troy & Abed

Posted 04.25.2013 | TV

This week's "Community" episode is a special one: It's the first outing written by cast member Jim Rash, who plays Dean Pelton on the show. In the ...