Angelina Jolie’s Breasts and the Bravery of Letting Go
Sarah Thebarge
By Sarah Thebarge

I heard the news of Angelina Jolie’s mastectomy on NPR last Tuesday as I was driving to work. Several co-workers stopped by my office that morning to ask what I thought about her decision to remove both her breasts to prevent her from getting breast cancer. “I think she’s brave,” I said. “I think she’s […]

The Key To Happiness? Love Something To The Point Of Ridicule
Justin Zoradi
By Justin Zoradi

A while ago I stumbled upon an amazing video of a guy in New York seeing a limited edition train for the first time.

May sound irrelevant to you and me, but this guy is absolutely obsessed with trains and it makes for one of funniest videos I’d seen in a long time. […]

Where Are the Real Heroes?
John Richmond
By John Richmond

I keep hearing about how we live in a culture where there are few heroes or good role models. People cite the painful failures of politicians, the doping scandals in major league sports, and the booking photos of starlets. To many it seems that heroes do not exist in a 24-hour cable news culture and […]