Single men and women—especially of a certain age— are expected to betray no interest whatsoever in romance, says commentator Linda McCullough Moore.
Whether you love buying gifts or dread trips to the mall, good luck avoiding some kind of shopping during the holiday season. But I don’t […]
The Gastric Brooding Frog may be coming back. Does that give us a lot to brood about, too? This week scientists at the University of […]
Has there ever been an age that was so grudging about suspending its disbelief? The groundlings at the Globe Theatre didn’t giggle when Shakespeare had […]
Sure, you can go to a Super Bowl party and be That Guy. The one who gleefully lectures the crowd on the merits of running […]
Amid the aftershocks of the senseless shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., our ever-more-complex society goes on to publicly discuss what happened […]
I cut most of my hair off eight weeks ago. And yes, I meant to do it. I love my new kinky curliness and now, […]
When I went to see The Avengers the very day it was released, I texted a friend in San Francisco. It seems kind of unfair, […]
It's Jan. 1.
I'm en route to Iowa to cover the caucuses. I'm a novice reporter and NPR editors trusted me to tag along.
At my layover in Minneapolis, I reach into my pocket to pay for a chai tea latte and — wait — where's my wallet? I can't find my wallet. I double, triple, quadruple check.
I run back to the gate. "Ma'am, I think my wallet fell out of my coat in overhead. Seat 20B." She checks it out. Negative. It's not there.
Geoff Nunberg, the linguist contributor on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross, is the author of the book The Years of Talking Dangerously. If the […]
The Jewish High Holidays began this week with Rosh Hashanah. Turns out commentator and comic strip illustrator Hilary Price is still learning the rituals. Price writes and illustrates the syndicated strip "Rhymes with Orange" and lives in Florence, Massachusetts.