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Bridal Guide

24 Colorful Details That Will Make Your Wedding Really Pop

Bridal Guide | July 29, 2016 | Weddings
A bright wedding is a happy wedding, and when the colors are this good, the soirée is sure to wow every single guest
Evelyn Atieno

The Young Designer Changing Urban Fashion

Evelyn Atieno | July 29, 2016 | Black Voices
We spend our whole lives searching for wealth or the satisfaction it brings but Kyle Johnson has found the key. 8 years ago he wouldn't have envisioned that his very own creations would be front and center at a boutique in...
Connor Gibson

ALEC in Indianapolis: ExxonMobil and the #WebOfDenial

Connor Gibson | July 29, 2016 | Green
This month, nineteen United States Senators called attention to the Web of Denial, a network of front groups that oppose any productive action to combat climate change. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) led the charge, building upon his weekly "Time To Wake Up" speech series on global warming,...
Ellin Jimmerson

Dear Mr. Trump: You Do Not Represent Me

Ellin Jimmerson | July 29, 2016 | Latino Voices
At the RNC last week, you invoked the names of parents whose children had been killed by undocumented immigrants. You indicated your impression that you represent them and their interests. My child, too, was killed by an undocumented immigrant. But you do not in any way represent me or my interests.
Evan Bernick

Yes, Judges Should Invalidate Irrational Legislation: A Reply to Greg Weiner

Evan Bernick | July 29, 2016 | Politics
The American Constitution has been called "the most wonderful work ever struck off at a given time by the brain and purpose of man." It was authored by men who had surpassing confidence in the human mind--men who were convinced that people were capable of "establishing...
Advertising Week

Seducing the Girls Club

Advertising Week | July 29, 2016 | Business
By Alice Bottaro, Creative Director, DDB Berlin Women have always been marketing´s prized audience. Today it´s especially the millennial woman – born roughly between 1980 and 2000 – that offers a promising, yet challenging, new land. She has more power, more money and...
Zaki Hasan

Zaki's Review: Jason Bourne

Zaki Hasan | July 29, 2016 | Entertainment
Jason Bourne is back! And, to be honest, I kind of wish he'd stayed away. Looking back, it's easy to forget how The Bourne Identity flew under the radar when it first hit theaters in the middle of the summer fourteen years ago. Arriving in June of '02 after being...

I'm In A Long-Distance Marriage And It's Probably Better Than Yours

YourTango | July 29, 2016 | Weddings
Each couple needs to define their relationship on their own terms, regardless of what is "normal."
UN Women

Photo essay: A day in the life of Thaiza Vitória da Silva, Rio de Janeiro

UN Women | July 29, 2016 | Women
Crossposted from UN Women.
Kermit S. Randa

How one educator's courage and compassion are changing the world

Kermit S. Randa | July 29, 2016 | Education
"I became an educator because I was pretty sure I could change the world." It's not every day that you meet someone with both the conviction to dream big and the courage to make those dreams a reality. But when Aimee Cribbs, Ed.D., submitted her entry to PeopleAdmin's
Renee Parsons

Blame It On The Russians

Renee Parsons | July 29, 2016 | Politics
The fact that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and her staff effectively sabotaged the Bernie Sanders campaign may seem secondary compared with how the Obama Administration has been constructing a false narrative to justify NATO preparations for war with Russia.
Maria Rodale

The Basics Of Home Canning

Maria Rodale | July 29, 2016 | HuffPost Home
When canning, you will use ordinary kitchen skills but must observe instructions exactly to ensure that the food is sterilized and safe. This is one time when you definitely shouldn't improvise.
UN Women

From where I stand: Micaele Fernandes

UN Women | July 29, 2016 | Women
Crossposted from UN Women. Photo: UN Women/Gustavo Stephan Gender inequality in my community is an everyday struggle. Women are still expected to be submissive...
Darryl S. Weiman, M.D., J.D.

The President's Assessment Of The Affordable Care Act

Darryl S. Weiman, M.D., J.D. | July 29, 2016 | Politics
I was recently reading a July issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) when a special communication written by Barack Obama, J.D., caught my eye (JAMA; Published online July 11, 2016). It was the first article I had ever read in a medical journal that was written...
Robin Koerner

'Audit The IRS' - Auditing The People Who Audit You

Robin Koerner | July 29, 2016 | Politics
Where I come from, a relationship in which one party is in continual or repeated fear of the other is called abusive. What is it about our nation's most ubiquitous agency that causes regular citizens to see it any differently? If TRI's Audit of the IRS can answer that question, it will have done very deep work indeed.
Steve Blank

Why The Navy Needs Disruption Now (Part 2 Of 2)

Steve Blank | July 29, 2016 | Technology
The biggest learning was the realization that disruption is not just happening to companies, it's also happening to the Navy. And that the Lean Innovation tools we've built to deal with disruption and create continuous innovation for large commercial organizations were equally relevant here.
Brenda Della Casa

10 Reasons You're Stuck In A Life You Don't Want To Be Living

Brenda Della Casa | July 29, 2016 | Healthy Living
Read on for 10 reasons you're not happy with your life (and what to do about it).
John Malik

True Southern Charm in Aiken, SC

John Malik | July 29, 2016 | Travel
Aiken, SC, is unique in that it's a fairly cosmopolitan town yet lacks a large airport, harbor, or direct access to an interstate highway. Isolation such as that can be the death knell of a small town yet Aiken has survived and thrived. It's routinely visited by Southerners, Californians, and New Yorkers charmed by its lively downtown, the occasional sand covered street, and its horse-based economy.
Jack Levison

Michelle Obama And The New Face Of Family Values

Jack Levison | July 29, 2016 | Politics
Co-written with Andrew Klumpp. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ I met my first Democrat when I was 18, on my first day of summer camp. She was a fiery redheaded co-counselor. There she was. There it was. A Democrat. In the flesh. I knew Democrats...
Sarah Illingworth

Rebuilding Christchurch, NZ Should Have Started With Its People

Sarah Illingworth | July 29, 2016 | Impact
The 6.3 magnitude earthquake that hit Christchurch, New Zealand on February 22, 2011 left the city wrecked and its residents emotionally fraught. Having just started a PhD in temporary architecture and participatory urbanism, Barnaby Bennett relocated to Christchurch from his then-home in Melbourne,...