Sagrada Familia Moves Closer to Completion, Stone by Stone
Antoni Gaudi's mesmerizing vision of a cathedral in Barcelona moves toward completion to crown the 100th anniversary of he architect's death.
By Linda Lee Kaye
The Thirsty Kitten, The Hungry Cat and The Lark
Some mouth-watering learning takes place in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone, but as good as the food and wine, how allowing our children to be our teachers provides the most treasured lesson.
By Lucy Mathews Heegaard
Mother's Blue Box
A child's experience of the fear and pain of the unspoken possibility of a parent's death recalled.
By Kendall Dudley
FDA Examines Whether MRI Drugs Accumulate in Brain Tissue
The agency says doctors should consider limiting MRIs to reduce exposure from certain image-enhancing drugs that contain the metal gadolinium.
By ProPublica ProPublica.org
Five Steps to Boost Your Natural Energy
A Harvard Medical School reports sets the table for refueling yourself.
By Helen Dennis
Sustainability Is Not Enough
An argument for refocusing the environmental conversation, from "sustainability" to “regeneration” and “restoration."
By Shel Horowitz
What Happened When I Stopped Drinking
Seeing habitual distractions for what they are may help you discover more than sobriety.
By Ann Sheybani
Capturing Southern Maine's Coastal Guardians
A photographer's passion for lighthouses is rewarded with evocative and mesmerizing images of historic structures.
By G. Michael Brown
Taking a Lesson in Legacy from Moses
The final sermons Moses gives to the Israelites suggests a model for coming to grips with out lives.
By Rabbi Richard F. Address, D.Min
Chucking It All and Moving to a Foreign Country
Fearlessly quitting life as you know it for the pleasure and peace in a foreign land is filled with adventure—and questions. But sometimes the leap is worth the uncertainty.
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