Rankin/Bass got it all wrong. We’ve uncovered the real origin story if Jolly Old St. Nick and his dear wife
As we drool over the features available in new cameras and consider making the plunge into video, we look back at the early days of digital photography and remember how different it was.
Looking at the lawn that is our culture we find ourselves in severe need of maintenance. Time to cut the grass and clean things up.
Small-town America once seemed idyllic and peaceful but small towns have declined and are no longer attractive.
On this day when many celebrate, we look back at the tragic Peep invasion of 2010 and the horror that threatened a nation.
The recent death of Ben Speer leaves the world of southern gospel music without a link to an important part of its heritage.
We are slobs. Look at the way we dress, the way we treat others, the way we act. The effects are showing, too. This is an uncomfortable conversation.
The relationship between models & model agencies is challenging. The question is more what’s legal vs. what’s expected. Here is our perspective.
The laws of Daylight Saving Time demand that we move our clocks forward an hour. Let the semi-annual debate over time begin.
The #RetouchersAccord wants to bring ethics to Photoshop use, but whose ethics and why? We take issue with the concept.
Tombstones knocked over. Travel bans. Church police. Why does such hate continue against religion? Because religion promotes hate.
There’s nothing quite like the joy of finding pictures that had gone missing. We found some and are happy to share.
A popular song from the Doobie Brothers sets the stage for discussion of the fools who believe what isn’t real and never will be.
#ADayWithoutImmigrants is closing some businesses and raising awareness of the nation’s dependency on immigrant labor.
We take a look at the #DeclarationOfResistance @BeauWillimon dropped on Twitter last week and annotate the 25 parts of his statement.
In repeated events yesterday the White House proved to once again be thin-skinned in the face of criticism and challenge.
When Raoul Peck’s documentary “I am not your negro” opens tomorrow, every person in the US needs to be standing in line
Less than two weeks after American Apparel announced its closing, Wet Seal is closing all 173 of its stores as traditional fashion retail takes another hit.
Global scientists have set the Doomsday Clock at 2.5 minutes to midnight. We have the steps it takes to move us off that brink.
Two events collide: In Germany, a law prohibiting insulting foreign leaders has been struck down. Meanwhile, in the US, a jew is arrested for insulting a Nazi.
The days of the US touting itself as a shining example of democracy are gone as the Economist Intelligence Unit lowers our rating to “flawed democracy.”
Britain’s Food Standards Agency says that eating burned toast, or any other over-cooked starch, might possibly cause cancer.
The wild west is still alive in Texas where one person is killed during the robbery of a mall jewelry store.