The White House is unveiling a renewed focus on products ‘Made in America‘. Understandably those who oppose the overall America-First agenda immediately react to the effort by pointing out many of the Trump branded products are made overseas. However, many of those detractors miss the larger issue, while simultaneously their antagonistic efforts actually help […]
The Massachusetts General Hospital Research Institute is the largest hospital-based research organization in the US. Researchers and physicians work together to find cures, improve care, and encourage medical innovation.
Haute Route, famed for their brutal seven day stage races / sportives, launched their new concept three day events this year, and I rode the first in the calendar – the Haute Route Alpe D’Huez. OC Sport nailed the route. It perfectly caputured all the different facets of the mountains that makes me so love […]
Ok. HBO has created tremendous buzz about a show that has everybody talking, even me. It’s a show called “Confederate,” the South won, time moved on, slavery and abolitionist sentiments and battles over freedom evolved through our own day. To put it in Entertainment Weekly’s words: But wait, isn’t that already the reality we essentially […]
Hey guys!!! I’m all snuggled up in the sofa by the reception, using the wifi to watch prison break meanwhile drinking tea and snacking. Perfect way to finish of a hard day! I’ve been so tired today so the ballet class and the rehearsals were OK but not amazing. I’ll go to bed earlier tonight […]
One day, lamenting the fact that my hands were in so much pain I could not finish coloring a page in my snazzy new adult coloring book, I was met with this unsolicited advice: My hands hurt, too, but I just take my time and if it takes me a week to color a page […]
Food photography tips from Gabriela Lupu at Cooking Without Limits.
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My first dad died when I was almost four. I have a few clear memories of him. For a while, only one side of him worked with the help of a leg brace. And then neither side did. The curve of the wheelchair when I’d sit on his lap as he wheeled me back to […]
Summer is a season of brief delights. Tiny beings on gossamer wings cloud the air for fleeting moments. Meadows undulate in an abrupt dazzle of colour. Birds swoop in from their long journeys to a frenzy of feasting and breeding. It is a season where things appear like magic, before vanishing as though they were never there. […]