To divorce or not divorce is often an agonizing question. Cathy Meyer helps you figure out if divorce is right for you. The post Don’t Divorce Without First Answering This Question appeared first on The Good Men Project.
As much as I love playing catch up on Game of Thrones, there’s always something else to do. Another email to follow up on, another project to tackle, another story to write. And why not? I love my job! That’s why I can’t switch to a tablet. Show More Summary
Raoul Wieland ponders living a life in which diversity, tolerance, and unity become realities instead of dreams. The post Practicing a Deep Intercultural Understanding appeared first on The Good Men Project.
[Nico Ball recently left her life as a teacher to train mixed martial arts full-time in Brazil. Originally from Pennsylvania, she attended George Mason University in Virginia and got her Masters degree studying the impact of martial arts-based social projects. Show More Summary
The old Koons Ford showroom sat empty for a decade on one of Prince George County’s busiest corridors. On Tuesday, workers began demolishing it to make way for a hotel and retail development that officials say supports their new vision for the once auto-centric character of Route 1.Read full article >>
Just last week, Emma Roberts revealed a photo of herself from a top secret photo shoot, fueling speculation about what Emma’s latest project might entail. Now, only a short time later, Ms. Roberts has revealed that the new gig was aShow More Summary
As TV viewers can no longer simply be considered couch potatoes with a remote control in their hands, the job gets tougher for show promoters to get their projects seen by potential fans.Goodbye, YouTube. Hello, Facebook. Click To Continue Reading
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EXCLUSIVE: STX Entertainment is rolling full steam ahead, putting more product into its pipeline with the latest being a comedy from The Jim Henson Company. The as yet untitled project will be a bit raucous so will likely get an R-rating. Show More Summary
A lovely project for charming people by Mark Siddell is built on a budget in a tough place to build.
Designing and building the Chibi-Mikuvan for the Power Racing Series. Read more on MAKE The post World’s Cutest Go-Kart appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
Passive houses aren't just houses and they can be pretty active places, like this school by Architype.
Opponents of the Millennium Hollywood project said Tuesday that they disagreed with the city's approval of the developer's seismic studies, which found that no active earthquake fault runs under the property.
A Han Solo spin-off is reportedly in the works and it would focus on a young version of the beloved Star Wars character played by Harrison Ford in the original trilogy. This is not the same project from which director Josh Trank wasShow More Summary
GIF by the author via Blank white streets and skyscrapers become rivers of color in the video Thai design studio Nobik has just released for their 2014 project, Iconsiam. While concert visuals are their bread and butter, Nobik scaled it down for the piece, which features a tabletop city coming alive with pre-programmed projection-mapped visuals. Show More Summary
[ErikaFluff] needed an amp for his Grado open cans. Rather than build yet another boring black box, he built what may be the most awesome headphone amp ever. [ErikaFluff] added a tiny CRT to the project, which displays the current audio waveform passing through the amp. Show More Summary
One recent project from Capcom that's met some skepticism has been the Mega Man Legacy Collection. Given that the Mega Man Anniversary Collection from over ten years ago compiled more Mega Man games than this one, it's easy to dismiss it as a disappointment out of the gate. Show More Summary
The Swiss team behind the “CleanSpace One” project has come up with a novel idea as to how to clean up Earth’s orbit: creating a giant spaceship that will ‘eat’ broken satellites and other debris floating in outer space.
Against projections of unsustainable growth, industrializing countries are poised to enter an era of “green growth,” explained a panel at Breakthrough Dialogue. To encourage this transition, however, requires better metrics for valuing...Show More Summary