by Charlotte Leane Set 30 years after the cult sci-fi classic film Blade Runner, a sequel, Blade Runner 2049, revisits the wildly original, imaginative dystopian world which in 1982 quietly took the world by storm. Although (in the humble opinion of this reviewer) nothing can
By Andrew Cunningham In 2002, Kathy Soave introduced the Branson community to Sustainable Seas, an offshoot of the Greater Farallones Sanctuary which compiles baseline data on intertidal life for a national database. For the past 14 years, Ms. Soave and her students have made monitoring
By Gigi Alioto-Pier Women protest their limited rights on a street in the capital, Riyadh. On September 26, Saudi Arabian government officials passed a law that will begin to take effect in June of 2018. This law gives Saudi Arabian women the freedom to drive.
It was an ideal March morning at Branson. The air was brisk, the sky a pure blue, and and the grass green from a rainy winter. Phil Gutierrez, the Director of Development, ambled down the brick steps and approached the Commons, taking in the beauty
1. The time he ruined my running clogs. I have a pair of clogs that I use exclusively for the dusk-time jogs I take the third Tuesday of every other month. Without the clogs, my run just feels so bland, stale, even pointless on a
By Maxwell Wang Humangatang is a project started by Maxwell Wang and Alan Han. Inspired by Brandon Stanton and the Humans of New York blog, the project utilizes the medium of street photography and interviews to capture the life of San Franciscans. These interviews took
A week in January 2017 Wednesday Jan 11: Beef & Mushroom Ragu with Potatoes Wow. This was a pretty impressive meal! The potatoes are always very good and crispy, and (although I don’t personally like mushrooms) the meat was amazing, with a savory sauce and