But how do you separate guts from science?
German researchers tried to do just that.
They wondered how the effects of physical exercise would stack up against new-fangled computerized programs. Continue reading
The reason is the dyes for the hard-boiled eggs require vinegar to set the color.
So, as a kid and as a mother-acting-like-a-kid, we dyed hard-boiled eggs rainbow colors like pink, green, yellow and blue. Continue reading
My cell phone buzzed when the University of Connecticut trounced Notre Dame to win the NCAA title, thanks to my New York Times app.
But when I read the story I thought the editors made a mistake.
The lead begins with praise for some guy: Continue reading
Calling myself a weekend Buddhist seems to fit.
I’m afraid to stray too far from my Indian upbringing.
And I’m afraid to commit to a single way of knowing.
Truth is, my spiritual upbringing was obscure: difficult to discern. Continue reading
The term lady is heavy with meaning.
As children my sisters and I were encouraged to be ladies.
When we got rambunctious or rude our mum would say we weren’t ladylike. Continue reading
I just caught a news report announcing the FCC said the trailer broadcasts the sound of the Emergency Broadcast System.
And you can’t do that. Continue reading