The museum security guard who became an internet sensation
Tim Tiller, who works as a security guard at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, was roped into managing the social media for the museum when the pandemic hit, and to his surprise, he became an overnight internet sensation.
Cookbooks for Great British Bake Off aspirants
Everything about the Great British Bake Off is like a big hug from the British isles. One of the best things about watching the show is that it’s going to eventually make you feel like baking, so I figured that some cookbook recommendations based on the various challenges the contestants face might be a good idea.
Global food supplies have withstood the rigours of the pandemic
It is safe to say that companies, communities, and businesses came together to ensure that the world would continue to be fed during an impossible time, and these are crucial takeaways from these times to ensure that in future moments of crisis, global food security will continue to thrive.
When Idols Weep: Faith or Fallacy?
It’s quite clear that no matter where we are in the world, people want to believe in miracles. But do we live in a world where statues really weep and idols really drink milk? Or does science have an explanation for these phenomena?
Murder mystery books to read if you love Agatha Christie
I chose these books for their similarities to Christie's in plot and structure, and for their rich array of characters. It was very difficult to limit my list to only eight books, and that is as clear an indication as any that mystery writing is in good hands.
Comparing Trump to a child is a disservice to children
The next time you want to compare Donald Trump to a child, remember that children are infinitely better in myriad ways. Doing so is a disservice to children the world over. Trump is incomparable – in the worst possible way – and will remain so until the end of his days.
Ten best books ever published (part two)
This is part two of a ‘ten best books ever published’ listicle. Of course, the only problem with a list like this is that it is, like most lists, deeply subjective. Don't see a book on here that you'd like to see? Leave it in the comments.
Ten best books ever published (part one)
This is the first part of a ‘ten best books ever published’ listicle. Of course, the only problem with a list like this is that it is, like most lists, deeply subjective. So here is MY list of the ten best books ever published. Don't see a book on here that you'd like to see? Leave it in the comments.
The firebrand freedom fighter India mostly forgot
India has mostly forgotten Bhikaiji Rustom Cama, which is a horrible tragedy because her contributions to Indian freedom were manifold, and her sacrifices were second to none. She designed the very first Indian flag and was the first person - man or woman - to unfurl (a version of) the flag of free independent India.