It is 10:35p.m. central time and the lights come on, the band starts playing music, an audience full of people begin to clap and cheer and a man walks onto … Continue reading Tonight! Tonight!
“Did you try ‘e’ yet? What about ‘t’?” Testing both intellect and patience, the newly obsessive word game “Wordle” has become a worldwide sensation. This puzzle begins … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me the ‘Wordle’
Many previously overlooked, overgrown, small, sunburnt patches of grass, are now being transformed into areas of cultivation for the benefit of the dwindling bee population in Amsterdam, as ecologists working … Continue reading Honey I’m Home: Amsterdam’s Plan to Save the Bees
In popular television, the people who work the hardest often take a backseat to the stars. One of these people, known for her work off-set, has just emerged … Continue reading Patricia Field’s Imprint on Modern Television
The success of the first Earth Day was incredible: bringing in an impressive number of people from all demographics and political parties to celebrate the environment. The idea of … Continue reading How Earth Day Came To Be
It is that time of year again where social media influencers take Instagram photos of their best and craziest outfits for the springtime festival, Coachella. The hesitancy of … Continue reading Coachella Takes the Stage Again After Two Years
April happens to be the month of many memorable holidays: Earth Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, etc., but first we celebrate April Fool’s Day. While there is no known history … Continue reading April Fool’s Day: More Than a Day of Laughs
NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Canadian Space Agency launched the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana on Christmas Day. The JWST … Continue reading Discovering the Hidden Universe