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Jack Levison

Why Do So Many Evangelicals Still Back Donald Trump?

Jack Levison | October 23, 2016 | Religion
Why do many evangelical Christians still back Donald Trump? Because they are consistent.
Carole Mallory

Movie Review: American Indictment of Marriage

Carole Mallory | October 23, 2016 | Entertainment
It's about time. Ever wonder what your life would be like if you did not marry him or her? Ever listen to a snore next to you and wish you were alone? This film is for you. The perfect Miss America ...Jennifer Connelly, marries the champion high school athlete, Ewan...
Michael P. McDonald

Early Voting: The Election Is Being Held Today

Michael P. McDonald | October 23, 2016 | Politics
Another week of early voting has passed and as of Sunday morning at least 5.9 million people have voted in the 2016 election. The past week of early voting marked the start of in-person early voting is states like Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina. The in-person early voting period is...
Brian DAmbrosio

Standing on Her Own: Lori McKenna

Brian DAmbrosio | October 23, 2016 | Entertainment
By Brian D'Ambrosio Lori McKenna has long been one of the more interesting singer-songwriters working on the periphery of the nationalized regulator of mainstream music, with each of her ten albums reflecting a separate creative point. Her newest album, The Bird and The Rifle, feels surprisingly liberated given the...
Ashley Jude Collie

On 45th Anniversary of "French Connection" release, Det. Sonny Grosso talks about taking Friedkin and his Mother to "impenetrable" Rao's

Ashley Jude Collie | October 23, 2016 | New York
Sonny Grosso and Judge Eddie Torres -- Monday's at Rao's "Under the boardwalk, down by the sea, yeah On a blanket with my baby is where I'll be..." --Under the Boardwalk, The Drifters In the terrific and recent Vanity Fair story...
Mascha Davis MPH, RDN

Transform Your Passion Into Action: Lessons From Career Aid Workers

Mascha Davis MPH, RDN | October 23, 2016 | Impact
Co-authored by Courtney White Procel, Licensed Clinical Social Worker with domestic and international humanitarian experience When was the last time you felt inspired to take action to create a positive change, or to help someone in need? How often do these thoughts cross your mind but you are...
Dr. Keith Devlin

What are the best math games with some evidence of efficacy?

Dr. Keith Devlin | October 23, 2016 | Education
This essay originally appeared as an answer to a question posed in Quora, posted October 15, 2016. Though I am a co-founder of the educational technology company BrainQuake, mentioned in my reply, I wrote this article as a mathematician at Stanford University. According to this academic...
Lucy Fuggle

Why Greenland should be the next solo adventure on your travel list

Lucy Fuggle | October 23, 2016 | Travel
Eight days in Greenland in June isn't the most typical summer holiday out there. Especially when you're travelling alone with just a small backpack for company. Let's take a step back. Why Greenland? I was initially planning to hit up Svalbard this...
Marisa Sanfilippo

7 Graphic Design Resources for Non-Designers And Businesses on a Budget

Marisa Sanfilippo | October 23, 2016 | Business
While I firmly believe nothing can compete with a seasoned graphic designer and their years of experience, as someone who has worked with a lot of small and medium sized businesses I get it; budgets are tight and not every business has the luxury of putting a graphic designer on...
Nicole Webb

Inside Tibet: Our Journey to The Rooftop of The World

Nicole Webb | October 23, 2016 | Travel
Tibet is a place, tucked high up on the northern side of the Himalayas shrouded in mystery. Few people I know have travelled to Tibet and few are familiar with its rocky, rugged mountain-scape, vibrant city landmarks and peaceful and relaxed culture. ...
Ian Mills

4 Ways to Make Online Marketing Reporting More Productive

Ian Mills | October 23, 2016 | Business
Reporting is an essential part of marketing. Effective reports let you analyse how each element of your marketing program is performing. One of the most powerful things about the digital age is the sheer amount and depth of information available, allowing you to drill down into the meaningful relationship between...
Christopher Atamian

Safe and Sound with Sara Melson

Christopher Atamian | October 23, 2016 | Arts
There's a bit of Stevie Nicks and a bit of Alanis Morissette perhaps, a bit of country ballad and a bit of rock n'roll in Sara Melson's third album "Safe and Sound." But similarities or possible influences aside they form a...
Emma Seppälä, Ph.D

Happy Workplaces Can Also Be Candid Workplaces

Emma Seppälä, Ph.D | October 23, 2016 | Business
Recently the Communications Workers of America - the union that represents T-Mobile employees -- contested a T-Mobile Employee Handbook clause on maintaining a positive work environment. The clause reads as follows: "[e]mployees are expected to maintain a positive work environment by communicating in a manner that is conducive...
Alexandre Mars

Doing Well By Doing Good: An Interview with Massimo Bottura, Restaurateur and Activist

Alexandre Mars | October 23, 2016 | Impact
Last summer I spent time in Brazil meeting with several amazing organizations of the Epic portfolio. I was there to both learn more about the social impact of these organizations and to spend time fulfilling my role as Chairman of the Sport and...
Margarita Hakobyan

Here is Why Entrepreneurs Struggle To Scale Their Businesses

Margarita Hakobyan | October 23, 2016 | Business
Although there are famous examples of company founders who were able to switch gears as their startups expanded - Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Michael Dell are often cited - there are many more examples where founders start to quickly flounder as a company takes off. Sometimes they decide...
Chris Corbett

How a group of refugees reinvented the art world by being anti-art

Chris Corbett | October 23, 2016 | Arts
Refugees from all around Europe including a group of misfit artists found a safe haven in neutral Switzerland one hundred years ago while World War One raged. A mix of painters, poets, sculptors and performers banded together and founded the avant-garde art...
Liana Preble

6 "Off-Strip" Things To Do While in Vegas

Liana Preble | October 23, 2016 | Travel
Las Vegas is well-known for its glitz and glamour. Bright lights, show girls, and a party every night. Those aren't the only things that happen in Vegas. Besides the long stretch of casinos, clubs and hotels, there is plenty more fun waiting for...
Nancy Cohen-koan

Will UFO's Affect the Election? Not on Planet Wongo

Nancy Cohen-koan | October 23, 2016 | Entertainment
Now that the drama of the debates is behind us, let's get to the important question that every one of the moderators forgot to ask the candidates: Why is the government continually being so hush hush about extraterrestrial life and the...
Robi Ludwig, Psy.D.

A Conversation About Dr. James Mercer's New Book: Secrets and Shame

Robi Ludwig, Psy.D. | October 23, 2016 | Books
Dr. James Mercer's story could have turned out very differently than it did. He was raised in a physically and emotionally abusive home. His father was a violent alcoholic who was an abusive father and husband. His mother was a hopeless codependent who continued to deny and dismiss how damaging...
J. H. McKenna, Ph.D.

Jesus, Fully This And Fully That

J. H. McKenna, Ph.D. | October 23, 2016 | Religion
Three hundred years after Jesus left Palestine, Christian leaders held heated debates about his nature, rejecting some ideas about Jesus and finally settling upon an official view. Some early Christians claimed Jesus was only human. Some said he was only divine. Some said he was half human--the half that needed...