When Darrell and I were newlyweds it was difficult for me to get used to how unhappy he almost always was at what things cost. It was difficult for him to get used to how unhappy I was at how unhappy was.
It's the most selfish "selfie" ever! While police officers tried to talk down a man who was preparing to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge, a woman in the park below took out her phone and posed for the type
Parents who have a child struggling with serious mental illness live in fear that the worst will happen. The apparent suicide of a young man in Virginia after he allegedly attacked his father, a state
Each week, the Guardian Weekend magazine's editorial team choose a picture, or set of pictures, that particularly tickle their fancy. This week, their choice is Sophie Starzenski's 40 weeks and a mirror.
Scientists claim to have shed light on the neural basis of creativity by scanning the brains of accomplished pianists while they improvised on a keyboard. Images of the pianists' brains highlighted areas
Most colorful kitchen ever! Playing around with color is daunting, but that's why a backsplash is perfect. It can create a subtle pop in a neutral kitchen, or add to an already bold room with very little
Science with colorful bricks Every generation, a scientific paper comes along that rocks the very foundations of research, upturns our sense of the world, leaves us collapsed, in awe at everything that
It’s fitting that the first real-world deployment of modular robotics—smaller bots that combine to form larger ones—came from a company called Modular Robotics. “We stole the name of the academic field
A recently discovered bacterium thrives in the cleanest places on Earth—where spacecraft are assembled. Tersicoccus phoenicis is no ordinary microbe. This rare bacterium can withstand chemical cleaning,
The theories of quantum mechanics and general relativity have held up time and again at describing the physics of our universe at a micro and a macro scale, but when it comes to gravity, the two pose major
Here’s how scaring kids and moms turned Halloween candy into a $2.3 billion a year business. Every Halloween, millions of surrogate zombies, vampires, and goblins take to the streets, looking to fill fluorescent
Glacial Sound, Dublin In the slew of genres that populate the UK underground, few have made such a lasting impression on the musical psyche as grime. The sound of east London estates, which dominated radio
Three years ago, wooden toy wholesaler Yutaka Katayama picked up a camera and started taking pictures of ordinary life in Kyōto, Japan. Since then photography has become an obsession. "It's my life's he