It’s not news that liberals and conservatives have different reading tastes when it come to political books. But research shows that political differences affect the selection of science books as well. According to a study released in Nature Human Behavior found that liberals and conservatives […]

Hafuboti is the work of a self-described “Punk Rock Book Jockey, crafter, ukulele player, do-gooder, TV watcher, pop culture enthusiast, Jim Henson fan, and a lot more.” The site’s creator, Rebecca McCorkindale, is also a Nebraska public librarian. Definitely check her site out. She created […]

You must read the great cover story in the March 2016 Atlantic written by James Fallows. Most Americans believe their country is going to hell, he writes. But after a three-year trip across the country in his single-prop plane, Fallows learned that what has been […]

More from Alain de Botton, author of The Consolations of Philosophy and founder of The School of Life: A Guide to Happiness: How Six Great Philosophers Can Change Your Life. Here he talks about how Montaigne can speak to all of us as we feel […]

Bruce Springsteen recently made a surprise visit to the annual Light of Day benefit concert in Asbury Park benefitting Parkinson’s disease. And at 65 he still played until 2 a.m. One of my favorites, Racing in the Street: