Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds reminds us that there are many ways to brighten someone else’s day, even that of a complete stranger. For instance, a traveler staying at a hotel in Azerbaijan for ten days decided to make...Show More Summary
Nina (Patti Murin) learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished on this week's Chicago Med. In our sneak peek from Thursday's episode, Nina sweetly decides to bring Will (Nick Gehlfuss) a coffee at work -- only to catch him getting teased by his former flame, Dr. Show More Summary
Althouse makes a valid point about criticism of the new uniforms for employees of McDonald's. "Soul-crushing?" Please.
Here’s a nice story about Amy Schumer, an emergency bathroom stop and a $2,000 good deed. Read more...
Proof that no good deed goes unpunished.
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Written and directed by John Ridley ("12 Years a Slave") and Sam Miller ("No Good Deed"), the six-episode miniseries "Guerrilla" is set in 1970s London during one of the... For more, visit our blog !
Women faculty members are doing more service work--primarily internal service--than their male colleagues, which may hinder their overall success in academia. Internal service work, while vital for the day-to-day operations of a campus, typically counts less in promotions and salary increases than research, teaching, or external service activities.
A good deed with weed.
Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes Jennifer Bowman who cut a few peekaboo holes in her tall wooden fence so that her neighbor’s German Shepherd can see her without having to try to jump higher than the fence to get a peek. Show More Summary
Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes the Scottish SPCA and members of the Scottish Women’s Institute, who’ve been doing their part to help “unadoptable” dogs get the attention they deserve from prospective pet adopters by knitting them colorful sweater jackets. Show More Summary
Born on this day in 1903 playwright, politician, diplomat, and advisor to Presidents Clare Boothe Luce.
She paid off a woman’s crowd-funding campaign to pay for beauty school.
Alexander the Great.. Hero or Villain? For every good deed there’s always a bad deed. This was the case for Alexander the Great. Alexander was very successful
The heroine of “Amélie,” the new musical at the Walter Kerr Theatre, is a dreamy Parisian café waitress who channels her childlike wonder into staging anonymous good deeds on the streets of Montmartre. Behind a tile in her lonesome apartment, she finds a box of boyhood mementos from a long-ago tenant. Show More Summary
Leo Messi the legend There is a lot to love about Leo Messi these days. The countless goals and good deeds for charity have to be hailed and the Argentine remains a more popular alternative to Cristiano Ronaldo. No one will be too surprised that Messi scored twice in the first half against Sevilla, such […]
In the reading room of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., researchers might spend hours carefully paging through a 16th-century pamphlet or the only surviving quarto edition of Titus Andronicus. ("If one good deed in...Show More Summary
GUEST: AI startups have discovered there’s value to partnering with tech giants like Intel, Google, and IBM. Entrepreneurs bring the domain expertise, ingenuity, and passion, while large enterprises provide the unparalleled compute and storage capabilities critical to building modern AI systems. Show More Summary
This is a story of no good deed going unpunished. Robert S. Eitel did everything you’d want a public servant to do. An attorney in the Education Department of the George W. Bush administration, he was contacted in December about coming on board in a temporary capacity to provide guidance to the new administration. (So-called […]
The Department of Awesomely Good Deeds is always looking for little ways like this to make each other’s day better. Fancy folded toilet paper for everyone! [via Pleated-Jeans]