I'm Learning to Let My Kids Fail Now So They'll Be Successful Later
I've come to a conclusion regarding my kids: I have to love them enough to let them fail. Let me clarify. We all want the best for our kids.
Freight traffic between Britain and Dublin has dropped by a fifth since Brexit
Freight traffic from Britain to Dublin Port has dropped by a fifth since Brexit while business with the EU has leapt by more than a third, a report shows.
A New Generation of Filipino Hip-Hop Builds On a Deep Bay Area Legacy | KQED
If you don't know Guap, he's an essential player in the Bay Area's latest wave of Filipino American artists who've taken over the scene with their eclectic, unparalleled and hella vibrant contributions.
Germany Auctions Bitcoin Seized From Darknet: Bargain Hunters Flock to Buy Cheap BTC - News Bitcoin News
German Government Auctioning Seized Bitcoin
IP Goes Pop! Season 2, Ep #1: When Video Games Get Real - From Tanks to Tattoos
Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are often referenced in popular movies, television and songs. IP Goes Pop explores the interface between intellectual property and popular culture.
The Story of How SLAM Was Founded, Told By Those Who Were There | SLAM
This is an excerpt from Cover Story: The NBA and Modern Basketball as Told Through its Most Iconic Magazine Covers, which details the history of iconic sports magazine covers, specifically focused on 1984-2003.
The Best Weekend Trip With Your Kids? The Dump
Most people throw their trash in a bin and have it picked up in a garbage truck. Hard to know what happens after that.
Newly Unearthed Work by a Revered and Reviled Novelist Causes a Stir in France
A legal battle is raging over manuscripts written by the antisemitic writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline that disappeared almost eight decades ago.
Revealed: the London boroughs most impacted by building safety crisis
T ower Hamlets is the borough most impacted by the building safety crisis in London, with almost twice as many unsafe tower blocks as the second most affected borough, Hackney.
A community college newspaper struggles amid the pandemic
San Antonio College housed a bustling student newsroom of about a dozen editors and more than 20 reporters in spring 2018, when Sergio Medina started as a student journalist at The Ranger, the campus newspaper.