Apr 19, 2018
That was close! An asteroid the size of a football field buzzed the Earth on Sunday, April 15, and astronomers detected it only a few hours before it flew by. The asteroid — now called 2018 GE3 — came within 119,500 miles of Earth...
Apr 12, 2018
"Oh man! Are you kidding me?" That was our response to one of the most difficult questions EVER posed to us. A question that forced us to dig deep into our souls. A question that forced us to tap into the dark and mystic areas of our...
Apr 05, 2018
Twentieth-century modernist poet and Nobel Laureate T.S. Eliot inverts the typical notion of the start of spring in the opening stanza of his monumental masterpiece "The Waste Land": April is the cruellest month, breeding Lilacs out of...
Mar 29, 2018
We recently asked an expert historian colleague what lessons he learned from his 40-plus years of studying geopolitical history. Without missing a beat, he said mankind can be counted on to repeat mistakes that seem way outside the realm...
Mar 23, 2018
Every so often I experience one of those moments where I find myself asking colleagues or friends: “Could you have even IMAGINED this happening 10 years ago?” I had a moment like that just the other day, during the simple act of ordering...
Mar 15, 2018
We will admit it — we enjoy wine. Though it is known as the "drink of the gods" and some bottles command insane prices, we mere mortals look for bargains like our latest fave, Plungerhead, a low-cost zin (less than $15 in most stores)....

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