It has been called New Orleans jazz, Dixieland (a term that most of the musicians playing it despise), and most recently, “trad” (short for “traditional”) jazz. Ever since Benny Goodman exploded onto pop-music
There is one advantage that quiet people have over those of us who like to hear the sounds of our own voices. They are good observers. This is a point that actor Liev Schreiber made about the title character
If you grew up in Canada or in the Pacific Northwest, you may be familiar with the Nanaimo Bar, a no-bake, triple-layered confection that gets its name from Nanaimo (pronounced Na-NYE-mo), a city on Vancouver
From grocery store receipts to newspapers to utility bills, Americans come across countless pieces of paper every day. It all adds up to 70 million tons of paper and paperboard distributed every year.
Design can be used to introduce users to the future now, so they can act in ways that will benefit them in the future. As designers, we spend a lot of time thinking about the future. We look for trends
Deep beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, off the Alabama coast, lie ancient cypress trees that only a handful of people have ever seen. One of those lucky few is Ben Raines, director of the Weeks
The House approved on Friday a rewrite of federal education law that would dramatically scale back the federal government’s role in education. The chamber approved what amounts to a repeal of the No Child