The average adult sits six and a half hours a day, but sometimes, a chair is much more. A new exhibition examines a school renowned for its influence on art and design – the very ‘look’ of post-war America. Jeffrey…
Laurie Theeke is a nurse practitioner who studies loneliness as a unique bio-psychosocial stressor that impacts human health. After years of clinical experience, she developed a five-session program called "LISTEN," which seeks to guide participants on a journey to find…
By Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press
Hudson believes that it's the perfect time for the movie and that audiences may emerge from the film with a newfound respect for Franklin.
By Matt O'Brien, Associated Press
Ready to go out on the town before summer ends? In parts of the U.S., you might have to carry around your COVID-19 vaccine card or a digital copy to get into restaurants, bars, nightclubs and music festivals.
By Associated Press
The 49-year-old actor known for her roles in “Married... with Children” and “Dead to Me,” said in a tweet late Monday that she was diagnosed “a few months ago.”…
Born and raised in Jamaica, June Grant knew that architecture was her calling from the young age of five. Today, she is the founder and design principal at blink!LAB, an environmentally conscious and social justice-oriented design studio in Oakland. She…
By Associated Press
Meghan McCain made a low-key departure from “The View” after four years on Friday, joking that she wanted to apologize to show producer Brian Teta “for making his blood pressure rise as much as I did.”…
By Eddie Pells, Associated Press
Allyson Felix finished third in the 400 meters to win her 10th medal and become the most-decorated woman in the history of Olympic track.
By Kristin M. Hall, Associated Press
British-born singer Yola fully embraces a multi-genre style on “Stand For Myself." Her new album addresses that journey through inequalities and tokenism as she spreads her musical branches wide with classic pop and ‘70s era R&B and soul.
Jorge Antonio Renaud says that the United States is enamored with the idea that certain individuals are just “crime prone.” At 20, he was arrested and put in jail, where he survived a traumatic attack. Feeling lost led him to…
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