From indefatigable camera artist (& fellow night owl) BillinGlendale: Here’s 3 shots from today’s Balloon Juice meetup in Pasadena. We had a long set of tables all pushed together so I had to take shots from several angles to get everyone in. I don’t have all the names(or nyms), but I’ll give it a try […]
Are you a night owl? Uh oh.
Frankie the St. Louis County Northern Saw-whet OwlPhoto by Pat Lueders. Last Tuesday night, just when I was heading to bed, my good friend Susan sent me a text message. Like me, Susan lives in St. Louis County, but unlike mine up here in Minnesota, her St. Show More Summary
My child doesn’t go to sleep early. Ever. It’s not possible. And, when I say “early,” I’m not talking about 7:30. I’m not even talking 8:30 early. My son doesn’t even THINK of sleep until at least 9pm. True story. I’m Raising a Night Owl We’ve tried sleep training, changing the routine, cry it out. […]
To help Wooten bar Night Owl expand into South Austin Neighborhood bar Night Owl is looking to expand somewhere in South Austin, according to co-owners Danny Parrott and Jonathan Insley. To help make that happen, they sold the lease to their downtown spot Old School Bar & Grill. Show More Summary
Emerging research suggests that eating late in the evening can increase susceptibility to heart disease and diabetes, putting 'night owls' at risk.
Lane Kiffin has done a pretty good job getting Florida Atlantic back on its feet in his first season. The Owls are now 6-3 and bowl-eligible after Friday night’s win over Marshall, a game in which FAU was a six-point favorite. That last bit was very, very important to anyone who had a little extra […]
Devin Singletary had 275 total yards and two touchdowns, Jalen Young made three of Florida Atlantic's four interceptions, and the Owls beat Marshall 30-25 on a rainy night to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2013
(University of Helsinki) A new study from the University of Helsinki shows that individual circadian preference is associated with brain activity patterns during the night.
Nathaniel Russell - "It Is Hard To Be Good" Nathaniel Russell - "Run To A Loving One" Last night my friend told me a story about this job he used to have in California, measuring owls and then letting...
Sleep experts say adults should be getting a seven-to-nine hour block of sleep each night.
Evolution may be working against our solid eight hours per night.
Most of us struggle to get out from under the covers when our alarms go off. But those quiet morning hours can often be the best time to get work done. So how do you make use of them if you’re a night owl who doesn't come to life until their first cup of coffee? [ more › ]
You may be a night owl or an early riser, but turns out, the stars might have some say in what sleeping patterns you exhibit. And no matter if you're fighting your sign's natural tendencies or not, there might just be a certain number of hours of nightly shut-eye that can keep your body balanced and well, based on the zodiac. Show More Summary
Jennifer Denetdale, a citizen of the Navajo Nation, is an associate professor of American studies at the University of New Mexico. She serves as the chair of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission and is a direct descendant of the...Show More Summary
At its best, online education can allow far-flung students to study subjects and gain access to materials they would not otherwise have. At worst, it can be yet another way to divert scarce funds away from public schools and towardsShow More Summary
Katha Pollitt at The Nation writes—Feminism, Not Hugh Hefner, Liberated Sex: E ven in death, Hugh Hefner—who died in late September at the age of 91—continues to be a creep. As he arranged way back in 1992, he’ll be buried next to Marilyn Monroe, whose nude photos he published without her consent or knowledge in the first issue of Playboy. Show More Summary
Rafi Schwartz at Splinter writes—Indigenous Activists Win a Major Victory as Two Canadian Pipeline Projects Are Canceled: Transcanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, announced on Thursday that it was...Show More Summary
At Jacobin, David Adler writes—“The Economic Power of Developers Is Just Stronger”: Misfortunes in Mexico City never come singly. Built on an ancient lake bed that sinks an average of eight inches a year, the city is also situated...Show More Summary
At In These Times, Jeff Schuhrke writes—A Trailblazing New Law in Illinois Will Dramatically Expand Temp Workers’ Rights: Beginning next summer, a sweeping new law will take effect in Illinois, ending many of the routine injustices suffered...Show More Summary