Homelessness and the Digital Divide

At least one-third of the homeless do have access to the internet. Most of the homeless population, however, do not have internet access, which is essential when looking for housing, jobs, applying for social service assistance, and accessing medical care.


Books We Love: The Military Alphabet Coloring “Alpha 2 Zulu”

The Military Alphabet Coloring “Alpha 2 Zulu” is fun and therapeutic for those who want to achieve the art of Zen via coloring. 


Building Back Better: Can Beauty Save Us?

Barbara Lloyd McMichael’s monthly column examines the impact of the Biden Administration’s Building Back Better initiative. 


Stewart Udall and the Politics of Beauty

John de Graaf is currently directing a new film about America’s champion of beauty in public policy.  Stewart Udall was Secretary of the Interior during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations.  As such, he was the lead advocate for many of the most important environmental laws we now take for granted.


A Divided Country

Annie Searle writes about A Divided Country. A significant number of Americans continue to believe that the presidential election was “stolen” from former President Trump and that the current administration is bogus. What does that mean for the rest of us?                                                       

 


Suppose a Sentence by Brian Dillon

I’m happy to announce that I’ve read my snob book for the year. This brilliant collection of essays had me hungering for the lunatic-fringe side of writing. 


PR for People® THE CONNECTOR – JULY 2021

This is our beauty issue. We offer the works of several fine writers who take us on a journey to think about the world we live in.


The Tree, the Bird and the Art

The first line of John Keats’ poem "Endymion" has long been quoted by pundits and other poets.  "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever," wrote Keats. But I wonder if beauty provides lasting joy? I often think of beauty as something we experience in the moment.