The Bard is an acquired taste; but like many acquired tastes, it’s worth the effort.
A classic memoir from a wonderful writer about Harold Ross, the colorful founding editor of the New Yorker.
One of America’s greatest early writers, underappreciated today, Washington Irving set the tone for irreverent American humor for the next two centuries with this engaging satire.
I, like my colleagues and probably many of you as well, have developed some go to moves and tricks to deal with learning new skills, “swimming pool, wall-hugging tactics,” so to speak. Only this time, they are keeping me safe while learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
One of the best of Charles Dickens’ books and one of the best Christmas stories ever written, this is a must for any reader getting into the holiday spirit. You don’t have to be religious, you just have to believe it is possible for any of us to be a little better than we are.
If you enjoy reading for its own sake, rather than as just a tool for work or study, you probably have a handful of books that are like old friends that you come back to again and again. Worth Reading is a blog for sharing some of my favorite books.
To celebrate Veterans day, our sister publication is taking to the skies in Bomber Crew, a fun new game that celebrates and simulates the achievements of the brave soldiers of the Army Air Corps of World War II.
Explore a dystopian world in which technology has advanced well-past our collective humanity in Observer, a clever cyberpunk and sci-fi adventure videogame starring Blade Runner’s Rutger Hauer, and just about every human vice you can imagine.
Shrimping Out of Life is a blog by Carlos A. Soto as he attempts to survive Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu while attending the Lepri BJJ premiere Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training center in the Charlotte metro area- a member of one of the most dominant teams in the history of the sport, Alliance Association Jiu Jitsu.
If Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) teaches you anything, it’s how out-of-shape you are. After every class, I feel like a tub of butter poured on a bed of uncooked cookie dough. It’s supposedly part of the transformation efforts that takes place as you gain the endurance and prerequisite muscle needed to complete classes. After class, I … Continue reading Shrimping Out in Life: Tips for Approaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu