A full-brain reading list of cross-disciplinary stimulation. Once again this year, like last, I had the honor of curating a selection of books for the TED Bookstore at TED 2013, themed The Young. The The
LT can stand for Leo Tolstoy or Long Tomes, MP for Marcel Proust or Many Pages, and...well, you get the idea. This will be a piece about "doorstop novels." Long works of fiction are on my mind because
The Orphan Master's Son (OMS) by Adam Johnson (OMS just won the Pulitzer Prize. This was my review published in the SouthamptonPatch) There's nothing like stargazing, especially when we're in trouble.
Lynn Xu's debut book of poetry, Debts & Lessons, has just appeared (April 1) from the always terrific Omnidawn Publishing. Together with Robyn Schiff, Nick Twemlow, and Joshua Edwards, Lynn edits Canarium
Thirteen acts bringing new sounds to Nashville Shelly Colvin Though Shelly Colvin is an Alabama native now living in Tennessee, she knows a thing or two about sun-kissed California cool. Her debut album,
If it's not in my calendar, I have exactly zero chance of remembering to do something or be somewhere. The biggest problem with that is "my calendar" lives in so many different places now. I have a work
Kippt, which lets you collect and share content from across the web, is looking to attract developers with a brand-new API and gallery of apps. The two-person startup has relied on outside developers have
Use these creative ab exercises to strengthen and slim your tummy The key to a sculpted midsection is using smart and effective stabilizing moves. But if your body fat is too high, it won't matter how
We may never see the likes of his visibility and versatility again. But that's OK. The cascade of love and appreciation for Roger Ebert after his sad passing had me misting up at my desk for hours yesterday.
Raleigh's star chef shares her top five tips and coveted recipe “Making great fried chicken at home is really pretty simple,” says chef Ashley Christensen, owner of Beasley’s Chicken + Honey in Raleigh,
One Atlanta bartender shares his recipe for a delicious Bloody Mary In our February/March 2013 issue, we shared Atlanta bartender Nate Shuman’s recipe for smoky barbecue bitters. For those of you looking
The original field feast I have a deeper relationship with my cast-iron pan than I do with some family members. Proud and protective, I brag that I can fry a perfect egg with barely a slick of butter,