Encounters with wildlife might be the last thing you’d associate with Miami, especially if you’re headed there to depart on a Caribbean cruise, but travel writer Darcy Rhyno finds the search for animals the perfectly contrasting precursor to a week aboard a floating city.
Archives for August 2011
Miami is more than just the pulsating, neon-clad heart of South Florida hedonism. On a recent trip, travel writer Darcy Rhyno discovered behind the façade a fascinating multi-cultural history to this ever-evolving city.
Baseball is a dreamer maker and a heart breaker. Nathan Thompson looks back on his own boyhood baseball hopes and on the career of former New York Yankee pitcher Hideki Irabu who died of an apparent suicide.
A writer takes steps to publish a memoir he has written, knowing that moving forward with his book will help him release the fears he has harbored since childhood.
Many of us have a social media personality made up of status updates, tweets and connections, stored in the cloud. Adam Ostrow, editor in chief at Mashable, asks a big question: What happens to that personality after you’ve died? Could it … live on?
Van Morrison provides Michael with the right soundtrack for his early morning run.
Julia McLean is fed up with bureaucracy and she’s not going to take it anymore. She hopes not anyway. She really does.
As Michael discovers, sometimes life is seen clearest in layers.
There’s a handshake for nearly every personality type out there. Phyllis Wilson talks about the most common handshakes she’s observed in her handshake surveillance.
Nathan Thompson looks at how speed and convenience are destroying our personal connections.