On January 17, 1920, a constitutional ban on the sale, importation, production, and transportation of alcohol made America a dry country. For thirteen years, the nation’s..
The Etiquette of Networking: Enjoying While Making an Impression at Office Parties
It’s that time of the year again, and you must be confused with all the electronic invitations piling up in your inbox. It’s time to celebrate the year’s achievements..
Scuba Divers Should Follow These Top Artists
There is a growing number of artists that specialize in underwater work. From sculptures to paintings, the depth itself in which it is performed and left submerged adds..
The Origin of Dog Training
From cruelty to kindness — how our approach to dog training has become more enlightened. Dog training used to be cruel, a system that thrived on punishment, threats, and..
The Lost History of American River Communities, Revisited by an Artist in a Shantyboat
Wes Modes is documenting life along America’s waterways. American rivers used to be home to thousands of people, particularly during the 19th and early 20th centuries...
Modernism and Post-Modernism in the Arts
The phase of modernism in the arts points back to the idealistic search for the truth, the rejection of the old traditions from the Victorian era, and the welcoming of..
The American Civil Liberties Union
Established in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, a non-profit legal organization, aims to defend the constitutional rights of American citizens by offering..
Bernie Ecclestone Thought Alejandro Agag Would Never Make His First Race
In 2012, Alejandro Agag, the Formula E head, formally announced the launching of an all-electric race series. Many thought it didn’t have much of a future. In fact, Bernie..
Could This Be the English Farmhouse That Inspired “Wuthering Heights”?
Literary history is up for grabs, if you have the means. In 1847, Emily Bronte published what would be her only novel, that is now considered an English literature classic...
Stolen ‘Life’ Magazine Returned After Half a Century
The Cuyahoga County Public Library, through its Parma branch, received a highly unusual package delivered by the US Postal Service. Inside it was a personal note, along with a..