Gettysburg nestles in long, rolling hills, surrounded by peaceful farmland, but there is nothing pastoral about the way it can make you feel. The Civil War site was the home of the largest and deadliest battle to take place on American soil in US history. […]
A visit to Capitol Hill naturally provides a sense of living history as decisions that influence world views are enacted daily. For those who reside behind the doors of the White House and deliberate within the Capitol Building, however, “living history” is experienced quite literally. […]
Karla Fetrow: When the nights are long and cold in the far north, there is a madness that seizes you. It doesn’t come without warning. It has a form and it creeps upon you slowly.
The only ones who need to fear socialism are the ones who turn people into numbers for profit.
For 100,000 awkward and low-energy texts, Guy and Jane have kept the conversation going, persistently inquiring about each other’s lives, and making safe and somewhat humorous observations that keep the awkward flow going. The conversation may NEVER end.
It’s a not-so-secret conspiracy that Millennials are slowly moving off the grid. They still have their cell phones but their ultimate goal is a life-style free from corporate services.
Somewhere, Over a Rainbow by Renee Garcia-Brown I dreamed of a place called home And you were there, and you and you and all of you The you’s no longer here, the you’s who only ever existed in my mind Those to whom I […]
by l.l. ballack “In the quotidian, to no smaller a degree, death moves: in traffic accidents both realised and narrowly avoided; in hearses and undertakers’ shops, in florists’ wreaths, in butchers’ fridges and in dustbins of decaying produce. Death moves in our apartments, through our […]
Dogs are a great addition to any household, especially for those with a mental illness. A four-legged companion can provide stress relief, combat isolation, and provide unconditional love and support.