Category Archives: Life & Tradition

‘Do You Know What’s in the Books Your Kids Are Reading?’: Homeschool Curriculum Founder

Jenny Phillips, founder of homeschool curriculum company The Good and the Beautiful, with one of her children. (Background) Books from The Good and the Beautiful…

High Schooler Runs Marathon, Raises $12,000 Toward Group Home for Homeless Veterans

(Courtesy of Ray Ferrara)

Mainly Mozart Keeps Classical Music Alive in San Diego

For more than three decades, Mainly Mozart and its annual festivals of all-star musicians and soloists remained San Diego’s best-kept secret. It took a disaster to change that. Throughout the darkest months of the COVID-19 pandemic, while other performing arts

Popcorn and Inspiration: ‘The Death of Stalin’: Get Inspired About America

Pallbearers (first two visible, L–R) Nikita Khrushchev (Steve Buscemi) and Vyacheslav Molotov (Michael Palin), in "The Death of Stalin." (Entertainment One Films)

Teen Tourist on a Holiday is Hailed a ‘Hero’ After Saving a Dog From Drowning in a Lake

(SWNS)

Beach Volunteer Finds Massive 100-Pound Moonfish Washed Up in Oregon—and the Photos Go Viral

(Courtesy of TiffanyBoothe/SeasideAquarium)

Vegetable Tian: A Taste of a Provençal Summer

The classic summer vegetable tian is made with layered slices of tomato, zucchini, and eggplant, slow-roasted with olive oil and herbs until meltingly tender. (Audrey…

Hearts and Minds: Renowned Surgeon Helps Children Reach Their Full Potential

Dr. Nche Zama (R), has joined the 2022 Republican race for Governor. As a humanitarian he has helped hundreds of children attain an education to…

Making Classic Masterpieces Available to Americans

A selection of old-master plaster casts made by sculptor Justin Kendall of Fountainhead Gipsoteca, in Bushwick, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Courtesy of Justin Ryan Kendall)

This Grilled Peach Salad Brings Together the Best of Summer

This is a summer salad that you can put your own signature on—so have fun with it. (Courtesy of California Wine Institute/TNS)