Today, LACMA and roughly 70 other art institutions across Southern California are brimming with works by Latino artists as part of the groundbreaking Getty-led initiative, “PST: LA/LA.” Ironically it includes numerous works by Asco members.
In 1965 as a new reporter for the Newark Evening News, I was on Bloomfield Avenue frantically searching for a Christmas story. I approached the manager of the township charity Christmas tree lot, asking him if he had any leads.
“Funny you ask,” he said, “just sold my usual last 10 trees to two twin brothers, something we do every year. There’s a story if they’ll tell you.”
Is the whole family coming over for the holidays? Or perhaps you'd like to share some festive cheer with your neighbors? Now's the time to start planning. Here are some helpful tips to make your holiday fun, easy and relaxing!!
Stock Your Pantry
Get ready for hosting with a well-stocked pantry and freezer. Must-haves include quick, no-cook appetizers; basic baking ingredients; spices and marinades; and...
When I was asked to write about “Good Works”, this term was unfamiliar to me. In doing a Google search, I discovered this related to “doing something good for others” within the Christian faith.Interestingly, it’s a concept that applies to faiths and cultures all over the world.What motivates us to do something good for others?
I want to share something that happened to me recently that may illustrate a couple reasons that...
Two museums within a block of one another in the vibrant Museum District of Tacoma, Washington, have current exhibits that provide illuminating historical context for the hot-topic conversation around how the United States should treat its immigrant populations.
On display at the Washington State History Museum are works created by a Japanese artist incarcerated at the Minidoka War Relocation Center during World War II. “Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii,” runs through January 1, 2018.
Where is your happiness found? Is it in your fur babies kiss or the look in your children’s eyes when they see their presents under the tree? Is it found in seeing the light in your loved one’s smiles when you bring out the long array of food items lining a decorated table such as turkey or Christmas Feast?
When National Geographic approached Brett Morgen about directing a documentary on legendary primatologist Jane Goodall, he wouldn’t even consider it. There had been enough documentaries made on the trailblazing scientist and there seemed to be nothing more to say. First to agree with him was Goodall herself.
Going forward, the “bioeconomy” must take precedence. (An outline for achieving what might be called “the next major transition” in evolution is provided in my forthcoming 2018 book Synergistic Selection: How Cooperation has Shaped Evolution and the Rise of Humankind.) To borrow a punch-line from the great twentieth century biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky, “the future is not vouchsafed by any law of nature, but it may be striven for.”