Andy Warhol is most famous for his Factory antics, Campbell’s Soup cans, Brillo boxes, and off-register prints of Marilyn Monroe and other celebrities. But the pop artist also had a lifelong fascination with publishing and the art of the book. The Morgan Library & Museum, in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, is […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica As I slow to a stop at an EV charger, someone walking by the LEAF takes a long look at the EV and what I am doing. I see the quizzical bubbles of questions popping. The questions people ask about...Show More Summary
Originally published on CleanTechnica.com Habitat for Humanity homes are a remarkable support to families. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E), the leading utility with rooftop solar in the nation, deserves more praise for new support for Habitat for Humanity. Show More Summary
As part of a new protest campaign, Greenpeace activists in London recently placed face masks on some of the city’s most famous public statues. The protest campaign is intended to spur action on the city’s significant air-pollution problems. Show More Summary
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To share or not to share. Not everyone wants to hear about your pets. At least not right away The post Dating Advice for Crazy Dog Guys appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Who would guess that a lifetime of sadness could offer gifts like grace and sensitivity? The post What’s Good About Living With Depression? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It’s a striking truth that as the leader of the house goes, so goes the son (or sons). The pressure is on us as parents to model what we hope our sons will grow up to understand. The post Boys Will Be Boys…Until We Teach Them To Be More appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Yuri Elkaim explains how men can overcome their perceived hurdles and achieve their fitness dreams. The post 4 Motivation Killers and How to Overcome Them appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Somethings that I have loved will probably never will me back. The post Your Heart will Drop When He Speaks Those Last Few Lines? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan park rangers piled up thousands of elephant tusks and rhino horns to burn on Saturday, sending a message to poachers and smugglers that their trade will be stopped.
Those of you who plan to spend the weekend shaving your nether regions may want to watch this video first. You also may want to watch it if you’ve ever had a pubic hair stuck in your teeth. Kyle Krieger and Max Emerson talk about their worst gr… Read The post Manscaping Tips from Max Emerson and Kyle Krieger: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
At a Commonwealth Club of California town hall on Friday, John Kasich was confronted by 62-year-old Kelly Bryan, who asked the Ohio governor and presidential candidate whether he believes that people are born gay. “Do you believe that some peop… Read The post John Kasich Confronted by San Francisco Voter: ‘Are People Born Gay?’ appeared first on Towleroad.
A leaked report from Nestle warns that if everyone ate like us, we'd already be out of freshwater.
Captain Disillusion explains how animator Kevin Parry managed to pull off the seemingly seamless viral video of him playing catch with his reflection in the mirror. In a nutshell, it took multiple takes and painstaking video editing...
As you know, Prince is dead. Long live Prince, in our hearts and minds and iTunes libraries. With the music icon’s untimely exit (alone in his Paisley Park elevator. Was he going up or down?) comes the ritual reading of the record, Prince’s purple book of life. He said a lot over a lifetime, in [...]
Like it or not, MY UNDERSTANDING is changing and becoming more focused.IF YOU TALK TO ME ABOUT "BLACK HISTORY" from the stand point of OPPRESSION - you had better be ready for me to fire back at you asking: "Why are you talking to me...Show More Summary
I’ve done a fair bit of film, TV, and radio work by this point, not a lot of which is particularly relevant to my blog (with the exception of my post last year on Brandon Lee conspiracy nonsense and one other about the inventor of the machine gun that I might blog in future). However, a […]
Computers have been getting smaller and more powerful for decades, and now a recent breakthrough might have put the world one step closer to creating computers on the atomic level. A team of researchers from MIT and The University of Innsbruck in Austria have published a paper...
DAY SEVEN Rosewell Ruins, Deadrise Charters and the Lighthouse I was so glad that I looked up Rosewell Plantation Ruins. I found out that we can visit the skeletal remains of the mansion. We picked this day to see Rosewell and I am so glad we did. Show More Summary