Source: George Washington's Mount Vernon
Musicians in the Continental Army did more than boost morale among soldiers. Drumbeats and fife whistles also provided important instructions, on and off the battlefields.
Whether it’s for a school assignment or a larger goal for your life, these tips can help you make the most of your time.
The act of giving has benefits that not only impact the receiver of goodwill but also the giver. As well as making a person feel good there are many health benefits to acts of charity.
A new Broadway play, “Jaja’a
African Hair Braiding,” spotlights people and experiences rarely represented in
media. This video discusses the significance of the play’s characters and
setting with the actors.
Kelvin Kiptum recently set an
outstanding world record at the Chicago marathon, but his road to success has
been anything but conventional. Learn more about his achievements, struggles,
Source: Better Up
Click here for a helpful guide on finding common ground with others.
The Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) went on strike for 148 days this summer, demanding that studios put guardrails around AI’s encroachment on their work. The effects of their new contract will echo in industries far beyond Hollywood.
In addition to climbing mountains and breaking records, Serene uses her skills as a platform for helping others.
Source: Hawaii Public Radio
The community of Lāhainā recruits volunteer translators to help immigrants impacted by the wildfires.
Source: Wired Magazine
A middle-aged woman—known as SM—blithely reaches for poisonous snakes, giggles in haunted houses, and once, upon escaping the clutches of a knife-wielding man, didn’t run but calmly walked away. All because a rare kind of brain damage precludes her from experiencing fear of any sort.