On his blog, Switzerland-based artist and designer Mark Hodgson sketches a variety of things, from buildings and street scenes to people and portraits.
Writer Bron reflects on leaving her home and job and South Africa to move to Tokyo, Japan. “Here I am neither an insider nor an outsider, still foreign, but not out of place.”
Hedia Anvar writes of Rome(ance) and the end of love: “You’ll always return to Rome like an addict, except on the Vespa, it’s you flowing through Rome’s arteries.”
I’m not afraid to say that I suffer from depression. I share my story because it’s okay to talk about…
Layered? What could be more layered than the giant pancaces of New Zealand. Impressive!
Last week, we highlighted Ann Morgan’s amazing reading project, Postcards from my bookshelf. For each month in 2017, she’s selecting a book and mailing it to a reader somewhere in the world. Readers had much to say about Ann’s book-labor of love. Here are a handful of their responses. Ready for a custom domain, advanced […]
At Horseradish Ranch, the farmers are dedicated to “regenerating our land and ecosystem through holistic management, and are committed to providing gmo-free, regional foods with practices that build soil fertility, don’t deplete our water resources, and encourage biodiversity.”
Considering a career in civil engineering? Look no further than site pick Become a Civil Engineer to learn about various disciplines and what it takes to be successful in the industry.
Ankiet’s Saveur award-nominated recipe blog pushes the boundaries of what a home cook can do with local and seasonal produce.
It started with the jar of loose change, the way the coins glittered in the sun. No matter where I stood in my bedroom, silver and bronze flashes swarmed around me like gnats or doubt. Without thinking, I pushed the jar off my dresser and watched as coins pummeled the floor and the jar shattered. […]