This week's cocktail is a light and refreshing concoction with a long history Retro 1950s cocktails are all the rage these days (blame Mad Men). But for a really historic drink, you’d have to turn to 1800s,
“There are forces making for happiness, and forces making for misery. We do not know which will prevail, but to act wisely we must be aware of both.” Bertrand Russell (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) is
To use Le Guin’s language, physics is inevitable: if you put more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, the planet warms, and as the planet warms, various kinds of chaos and ruin are let loose. Politics,
From the origin of the universe to the unusual stories behind people’s tattoos, by way of secular spirituality, the hummingbird effect, and Werner Herzog. I consider my annual best-of reading lists a of
Tracy Chou joined Pinterest when it was still a small startup, building the pinboards that would come to be a standard of the Visual Web. At Pinterest, she built an early codebase refactor in fall 2011
Taylor Swift may have thought she’d ended the conversation about her music and its place on streaming services after dismissively calling them a “grand experiment” and pulling tracks from Spotify and services.
New York (CNN) — A sheriff's deputy in upstate New York was suspended after an online video showed him sparring with someone who didn't want his car searched. The video shows the deputy cursing at the