As the coronavirus pandemic unfolds, folks across the country are discovering the joy of bread baking at home. But why bread? It turns out we don’t just bake bread because it’s delicious, but because it helps us connect to one another.
Some people accused the musical series of "straight-washing" its protagonist.
"This is a song that's been brewing inside me for years."
YouTube star Anna Akana wakes us up with this inspirational quote from Leonardo da Vinci.
Carrie Greenleaf is a 47-year-old woman who is one of the millions of people around the world who work as a driver for a ride-sharing service. Cat Greenleaf, her sister, sits in the passengers seat one morning to ask her about her experience and why she prefers driving to a more stable source of income.
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Siphiwe Baleka found his calling in "Fitness Trucking," and is devoted to teaching long haul truckers how to lead healthy
As a gay undocumented youth, Jesus Chavez understands well the challenges of living with secrets. He grew up in California's Central Valley, always aware of his immigration status, but forbidden from speaking about it.
In his new National Geographic book, "How To Speak Cat," Dr. Gary Weitzman, president and CEO of the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA, decodes the language of felines.
President Obama chose Chicago over New York as the future home of the Presidential Library.
Rise and shine! The weekend is finally here. Welcome to Rise, this is our weird news weekend 9th edition - enjoy our picks of this week's strangest and most surprising news.
Today, April 14, is Equal Pay Day, which shows the day of the year women would have to work to catch up with men's earnings from last year.
One of the brightest, loudest, flashing neon-style sign that humanity can indeed get along is the upcoming Middle East Now festival in Florence, Italy. Yes, Florence, where that original coming out of the Middle Ages happened hundreds of years ago, is the city I believe could also be at the epicenter of a new cross-cultural Renaissance.
If you're playing the substitution game fast and loose, give these surprising swaps a shot. You'll be surprised by how easy it is to save a lot of calories and add a lot of nutritional value with very little effort.
The talented, charismatic, popular Iraqi-Canadian rapper named The Narcicyst first appeared on my cultural radar in 2009 when I watched City of Life. In his latest short film, a senses-overload experience titled Rise, Alsalman explores his roots and his ability to step away to comment on them.
The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin is a movie that does a great job of explaining why Bitcoin is where it is today. It proposes that Bitcoin's journey has just begun, and that the fundamental building blocks will be far more disruptive for a long time.