Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
Musical Treasure in San Francisco
Memoirist. Blogger. Working on a memoir about parenting a daug...
Ariela loved music. She took just about every music appreciation class City College offered -- Jazz, Latin, American Folk, Traditional African, Black Tradition in American Dance, Classical and Opera.
9 Summer Survival Tools When You Have a Chronic Illness
Founder of National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week a...
It's summertime! And it seems everyone must be playing beach volleyball or experiencing their perfect vacation. It is easy for the chronically ill person to feel left out.
This Boy Got A Company To Build A Wheelchair-Friendly Playground So He Could Play With His Brother
We Must Do Better to Make Our Cities More Accessible
Director of Film Programs, JCC Manhattan, ReelAbilities Film F...
The fifth annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival runs in a record number of venues in every borough and in Long Island and Westchester. But running such a festival in New York does not always make accessibility easy.
The Workplace And Wheelchairs
Star, 'Push Girls'
I've been fortunate to find open-minded individuals who realized even though I use a wheelchair, I work just as hard as anybody else. My hope is that some day, business owners will not have to know someone personally to care about making their environment accessible.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Culture & Arts
TV & Film
Style & Beauty
Food & Drink
Home & Living
Impact: Project Zero
Impact: This New World
Listen to America
FROM OUR PARTNERS
Sleep & Wellness
What's Working: Purpose + Profit
The Power of Humanity
Expert analysis and commentary to make sense of today's biggest stories.
Sign up here to have the best stories delivered straight to your inbox.
First-person essays, features, interviews and Q&As about life today.
Get breaking news alerts
Download our app
Go to mobile site