What TeenVogue Doesn’t Want You to Know About Your Guns Rights
As a teenager growing up in north central Florida, Teen Vogue was one of my favorite magazines. It spoke to my interest in design and…
Emancipation through Song: What Can We Learn from Rock Music?
This is a guest post from Sean Kay , Robson Professor of Politics and Government, and Director of International Studies, at Ohio Wesleyan University. The interview quotes appear in his new book Rockin’ the Free World! How the Rock & Roll Revolution Changed America and the World (2017) There is power in rock and roll – an art form that has modernized American values and helped them to ripple around the world – advancing freedom, equality, human rights, and peace. Over the last several years I was fortunate to interview about sixty major rock and roll artists, songwriters, producers, managers, non-profit heads and activists as part of a new book project. The interviews led me to the central case – that rock and roll advances progress in America and the world. The Ethos…
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Pack Like a Pro: Tips for Traveling Light
Whether you are packing for a business trip or going on vacation, it pays to travel light. Packing can be problematic -- you don't want to lug too much from place to place, but you also don't want to pack so light and end up forgetting important items. You want to be carrying the least amount of items while at the same time being prepared for any sort of situation When I first started traveling, I packed for every contingency. Over-packing was one of my biggest travel problems. The What Ifs got me. But, years of over-packing has taught me that I enjoy hefty baggage fees even less. Thought I'd share my seven tips on how to pack light. 1. The right suitcase is a must. Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg once said:…
Patrons' Show Fundraiser: Tips for First-Timers
Here are our tips for first-time patrons. (It's impossible to fully describe the experience, but we've done our best.)
"DiMaggio's Streak" cartoon, 1941 July 18
Accession Number Abstract A cartoon drawn by Burris Jenkins on July 18, 1941 commentating on the end of Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak. The cartoon depicts a sea battle, with an image of DiMaggio batting in the clouds. The ship in the bottom is labelled "Smith and Bagby", while the ship in the distance is labelled "Yankee Clippers". In the left corner is text reading "The 57th Game!" as well as below DiMaggio read "DiMaggio's Streak". The cartoon has been signed in the lower right corner. It reads, "Compliments / Burris Jenkins / 7/18/41". The cartoon has been framed and matted.
The Modern Farmer Pie Chart of Pies
Our guide to eating seasonally—through pie!
“So It Is Best to Call It Rochester:” How the Community Came to Be
Did you ever wonder how Rochester came to be and how it got its name? The original inhabitants of the land surrounding Rochester were the Seneca Indians, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois Conf…
Coming Attractions: March 13 through 28 — What Will Light Your Fire » The Arts Fuse
[UPDATED] Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks By The Arts Fuse Staff Due to the impending blizzard, some events scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, have been cancelled. Check the individual listings below for confirmed cancellations Film AMC Boston Common, Boston, MA Maureen is the personal shopper for a high-powered German model/designer and jet-setter who demands an endless supply of clothes and accessories be procured and delivered to her. But Maureen has just suffered a personal trauma: her beloved twin brother, Lewis, to whom she was intensely attached, died due to a congenital heart condition. She is also a medium, and attempts to communicate with…
How Old and New World Vultures Differ
Old World and New World Vultures are not closely related. Learn some of the ways they differ, with photos and sound bites.