Growing up in a family of liberal Reform Jews, religion always felt like a long-term open relationship; low commitment, but always there when I needed it. We attended synagogue on the High Holidays and used...
Don’t get mad, get even;” pearls of wisdom most boys will hear at some point on their journey to becoming men. Girls, not so much. They aren’t taught to turn their anger into power, courage or revenge. Girls are told to tuck it neatly out of sight lest it should offend. Even as...
Twin sisters Cristi and Ceci Jayo run HiYo Design, a home base for all digital nomads seeking new ways to express their creativity.
You’ve read an American’s take on the United Kingdom’s decision to legalize medical cannabis across the nation, but how do British citizens feel? Our UK-based correspondent Moxie McMurder explains the impact of the new legislation from her point of view.
Kanye West’s newest album Ye was released at midnight on June 1st, and I’m going to break it down for those of you who have cut him off and refuse to listen to it in light of his recent scandals.
So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Mia Michaels discusses her debut book, A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys: A Guide to Life for All the Exceptional, Excellent Misfits Out There, and embracing every aspect of your uniqueness—even the parts you hate.