Ten Most Haunted Rooms in the World


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New problems, old problems: By Seth Godin


* New problems, old problems [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=181737582&f=1081591&c=7993838&u=5102652 ] Most of the challenges we face are things we've faced before. It might be a personal situation or a business one, but it's not new. If what you've done before works, it's not a problem any more. If you need to stick it out because there's no other way … Continue reading New problems, old problems: By Seth Godin

Wild and Wise Quotes From the Beat Generation


Wild and Wise Quotes From the Beat Generation The Beat Generation was a social and literary movement of the 1950s, spearheaded by such esteemed writers and poets as Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S. Burroughs. The movement was a whirlwind of sex, drugs, and jazz, but at its core it was a philosophical rebellion … Continue reading Wild and Wise Quotes From the Beat Generation

8 Inspiring Lines From the Poetry of Langston Hughes


8 Inspiring Lines From the Poetry of Langston Hughes https://www.inspiringquotes.com/quotes-poetry-langston-hughes/YKSCjH-NggAHrT-6?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=60e1a4daf27c36b841c60640 Langston Hughes’ name has long been synonymous with poetry, jazz, and the Harlem Renaissance of the early 20th century. But in addition to being a prolific poet, the Missouri native was also a novelist, a playwright, a war correspondent, and above all else, a storyteller. … Continue reading 8 Inspiring Lines From the Poetry of Langston Hughes

From the astronauts to humanity itself, ‘Earthrise’ has left an indelible mark via Psyche Magazine.


From the astronauts to humanity itself, ‘Earthrise’ has left an indelible mark From outer space, Earth looks uninhabited. Its marbled surface reveals little about the richness and complexity of life on Earth. Countries, cities, boundaries and people are invisible to the naked eye, along with the barriers of politics and religion. From out there, Earth … Continue reading From the astronauts to humanity itself, ‘Earthrise’ has left an indelible mark via Psyche Magazine.

15 Quotes About Grief


Grief is a very individual experience, even as it is a universal reality. At some point in our lives, we will all lose something or someone that we hold dear to us, and it will make a significant impact on who we are and how we understand the world. But the thing to know about … Continue reading 15 Quotes About Grief

NEWSLETTER: FP Editor’s Picks


1 Misguided approach. Thirty years ago, the Madrid peace conference intended to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Regional cooperation failed to facilitate peace then—and it’s likely to fail again, Dalia Dassa Kaye writes. 2 Big gamble. The Sudanese military expected limited resistance when it seized power. It underestimated the passion and resilience of the Sudanese people, Rebecca Hamilton writes. 3 … Continue reading NEWSLETTER: FP Editor’s Picks

W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY CopestoneKOHP-stohnPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin and Germanic origin, 16th century 1A flat stone forming part of the coping of a wall; the highest stone in a building, wall, or structure.2A finishing touch or crowning achievement.   Examples of Copestone in a sentence "The brickwork narrowed as it got higher until it formed a very small copestone." "Stella … Continue reading W.O.T.D.

Via Art Newspaper Newsletter: Millions of dollars in smuggled antiques repatriated during an investigation of disgraced art dealer Subhash Kapoor


Among the works returned to India was a $4m bronze statue of the deity Shiva Nataraja that was stolen in the 1960s from a temple and smuggled into New York Daniel Cassady 29 October 2021 Share Pictured (from left to right): Bronze Nandikesvara, Bronze Shiva Nataraja, and Bronze Kankalamurti.Courtesy of the Manhattan district attorney's office. … Continue reading Via Art Newspaper Newsletter: Millions of dollars in smuggled antiques repatriated during an investigation of disgraced art dealer Subhash Kapoor

Chila Kumari Singh Burman lights up London’s Tate Modern with blingtastic merchandise—including signature neons (via Art Newspaper’s Newsletter)


Chila Kumari Singh Burman lights up London's Tate Modern with blingtastic merchandise—including signature neons Louisa Buck 29 October 2021 Share Chila Kumari Singh Burman has opened a pop up shop of goodies at London's Tate ModernCourtesy of Tate The Buck stopped here The Buck stopped here is a weekly blog by our contemporary art correspondent … Continue reading Chila Kumari Singh Burman lights up London’s Tate Modern with blingtastic merchandise—including signature neons (via Art Newspaper’s Newsletter)

Poem of the day via Poem.com Newsletter


 October 30, 2021Lines for John Berryman on the Bus from Little MogadishuBenjamin GucciardiYou jumped from the bridge a few blocks from here,onto the west bank of the Mississippi.It was a Friday morning in January,icicles must have jeweled the trusses—how bright they shine today.But I'm not writing to describe the city.I need to ask what it takes … Continue reading Poem of the day via Poem.com Newsletter