Beloved author, and author of “Beloved”; American icon, Nobel-laureate (and one of our favorite novelists), Toni Morrison, passed away on Monday, August 5, 2019, at age 88. I lost a hero. A […]
The photography of Cynthia “Cindy” Trinh defies rigid classification. It is art, yes, but also journalism, activism, community engagement, self-expression, and sometimes, a celebration. She is passionate about social justice and has […]
The word “escape” makes me think of an exit. Usually an exit from a small enclosure onto a wide open environment. But I wonder if the more common practice isn’t to enter […]
With recent events highlighting the indispensability of lawyers, Koli Mitra, our Global Editor, chats with attorney Cathryn Zahn, to probe the issue of automation and its impact on performing legal tasks. KM: […]
We’ve all heard the expression “heart of the city” – but did you know about the lungs of the city? Urban life is dense and congested. It demands breathing spaces – lakes, […]
Two views of an ancient street, with storefronts (and maybe homes?) stunningly well preserved. A place where regular people lived and worked long ago.
We often think of faith and rationality — or art and science — as dichotomous and mutually exclusive. But human cognitive powers are way richer than that…. This last weekend, it was […]