In 100 Texts, the Story of Love, Heartbreak, and an Unplanned Baby

By Emily Buder When Victoria Mapplebeck found her decades-old Nokia phone hidden in the back of a kitchen drawer, she was forced to relive a story she had worked hard to forget. “I realized I’d unwittingly archived a three-year message…

David Gates’ ‘BREAD’ is Back for a Reunion Tour in 1976

David Gates led ‘Bread,” fueling their chart-topping success by writing a string of hits for the soft-rock band in the 1970s.

The Life of Artist Georgia O’ Keeffe

On the brink of the Depression in 1929, Georgia O’Keeffe – Americas first great modernist painter – headed west. In the bright light of the New Mexico desert, she forged an independent life and found the solitude she needed for…


By Frank Eastes Not long after the passing of Fred’s wife, Mary, I was recruited by him (Fred and Mary lived two doors away from my parent’s house) to be his driver as he had recently lost his driver’s license…

From North Korea, With Dread

When Nicholas Kristof traveled to the world’s most isolated country, he found a nation furious with Trump, and primed for nuclear war — in kindergartens, amusements parks and the halls of government. (Source: The New York Times)
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