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The Bright Future for Video Gamers and Esports
07/19/2018
Real competition. Real professionals. Real emotions. Esports have come a long way from groups of friends playing video games in the living room. Digital sports now fill arenas and command huge TV ratings, with hundreds of thousands of people watching online. So, what does the future hold for the growing industry? Dave Stewart, the executive … Continue reading "The Bright Future for Video Gamers and Esports"
Life-force
07/17/2018
The title A Line Broken affirms the simple but profound truth that all things must eventually end, whether a piece of music, a concert, or a human life. One powerful expression of this reality is Courtney Bryan’s remarkable As Yet Unheard, a work for orchestra and chorus that commemorates Sandra Bland’s tragic death in police … Continue reading "Life-force"
Why Diets Don’t Work, and What Does
07/16/2018
Diets make bold claims: drop 15 pounds in four weeks! Shed that stubborn belly fat! Get the abs you’ve always wanted! But, for most people, diets just don’t work. In fact, studies show the vast majority of dieters who do lose weight end up right back where they started, or even heavier, after five years. … Continue reading "Why Diets Don’t Work, and What Does"
Bearing Witness
07/12/2018
“For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” ― Elie Wiesel Following Eva Clarke’s presentation, you may be forgiven for thinking the title “Against All Odds: Born In Mauthausen” is an understatement. Clarke was one of only three children (the “miracle babies”) born into captivity in the notorious KZ Mauthausen concentration camp in … Continue reading "Bearing Witness"
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