A New Science of the Physical Nature of the Mind

The advances of technologies, especially the technology of real time recording and transmission, have brought to the public many scenes in real life that undeniably violate the known scientific laws and thus cannot be reproduced in scientific ways, in which the mind of human subjects have been playing an essential role for things being considered as supernormal to happen...


The Next Pandemic

The Next Pandemic Could be Far Worse! But let’s also imagine a world that is far better prepared!


April 2020 Magazine

This month, we profile Master Photographer William Lulow. To learn more about the story of “Bill” Lulow life and career, please see our feature article or listen to his podcast. It is such a great time to feature Bill Lulow’s work because he also regularly posts on his blog, offering helpful tips and tricks of the trade, so we can all become better amateur photographers! 


Libraries We Love – The Chappaqua Library

The key to understanding people and the world around us begins with education. One way to learn about the world is by developing a love of books. Each month, we profile a library. Large, small, urban, rural, post-modern, quaint or neo-classic; do you have a library that you love? Tell us about it. This month William Lulow writes about The Chappaqua Library, located in Chappaqua, New York.


THE “HEART OF YONKERS” CAPTURES WORKING-CLASS HEROES IN THE 1970S

Author Patricia Vaccarino can’t seem to forget her hometown, Yonkers. She’s back with a new story, “The Heart of Yonkers,” that takes us back to a time long before social distancing.


Who’s Afraid of WHO?

Who’s Afraid of WHO? A political virus is assaulting our country, and the epicenter is Donald Trump.


How you can make the most of your time right now

As the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of slowing down in the immediate future, much of the active workforce continues to work from home. While this may be easier for some industries than others, the idea of working remotely can often seem appealing at first. Now that some time has passed, the novelty may have started to wear off a little bit.


Desperately Longing to be Lolita

The Lover by Marguerite Duras is set in 1920s colonial Indochina. A French teenage girl meets a handsome Chinese playboy, who is from a respectable family. Going against the conventions of their respective societies, the lustful pair begin a torrid affair in a seedy Saigon neighborhood.