At the time it was built, it must have been an engineering marvel to the farmers and townspeople of Gettysburg. The bridge appears to be a conduit, linking the past with the present.
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.
Our history is one of rebellion. We do not trust the law to always be fair and impartial. We don’t want the law to be fair and impartial. We want it to understand and perfectly reflect our individual points of view.
Karla Fetrow: Hollywood now sits in a pastel dress, hands folded primly in the lap.
Mexican relations are running sour over immigration policies, not NAFTA.
The day of the bionic human is rapidly approaching; the day when machines blend with organic components to replace damaged bones, repair muscles, improve blood circulation and possibly makes us immortal.
Adeel Ahmad: Here we harvest not crops, but the combined global butt hurt of one class over another.
It seems that el Raval exemplifies perfectly the clash between two Barcelonas. Why is theirs a history of violence? Because it has demonized a place and people, simply because they are poor, hard-working
Adeel Ahmad: This is the story of greeds that don’t serve our needs.
Karla Fetrow: The Edhi Foundation presents an enlightened view of charity; one without boundaries, religious or political agendas, only the promotion of the common welfare for all.