The act of love might remain unchanged through the centuries, but has our way that we approach it changed?
As far as I’m concerned, there is always a place for correct grammar. And yes, it does matter.
St. Patrick’s Day is again upon us, but what’s it all about? For those of you who yelled out “potatoes” or “Guinness,” see me after class.
Despite the popularity of streaming apps, the reality is that those who created the music see very little of the money.
Monsters have been part of storytelling since the earliest times and the Minotaur is one of the most famous. Half man, half bull with a face only a mother could love, let us creep into the labyrinth to make ourselves known to him.
Tutankhamen was an ancient obscure boy-king who sat friendless for 3,245 years. That was until one morning in 1922, when Howard Carter knocked on his door.
Sometimes, the mud sticks. Welsh poet Dylan Thomas will be forever known as a man who expired with a bottle in hand, but his final act belies his genius.
The name Beethoven has stood for centuries, but the man’s life and the challenges he overcame are as towering as the symphonies he constructed.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.
Alexander may have been the blueprint for the overachieving smug millennial of today. But what did he do that was so great?