In May of 2018, New York Times columnist, Bari Weiss, penned an article about the “renegades of the web”, the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW). The term, coined by the mathematician, Eric Weinstein, encompassed the following individuals: psychologist, self-help author,...
In her debut book, Becoming, Michelle Obama shines a light on the lesser-known aspects of herself, the White House, and her beloved family.
Henry Marsh in his masterful book gives us a glimpse of how death, triumph, and the perils of medicine have shaped his life through neurosurgery.
For many people, watching Shakespeare is like running through the snow and jumping into a hot tub. The reaction your body has to this sudden shift isn’t unexpected, but the physical response can be unpleasant. It stings, but you...
Masha Gessen's book Surviving Autocracy is an indictment on the media, the Democratic party, and the past 30 years of politics in the current Trump era.
25 years have passed since the publication of Descartes' Error by Antonio Damasio, and the ideas expressed are just as relevant today.
Oliver Sacks would have been 86 today. We explore his most famous book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, 34 years later.
'An Ideal Husband' presents a story of men hiding their past, but how does that hold up in the #MeToo era? Stratford Shakespeare Festival explores.
Aldous Huxley and the Doors of Perception is a classic that explores the mysterious powers of psychedelics drugs and its effects on the brain.
While many media traditional outlets want to transition to digital, recent research show that we still prefer the print over the digital screen.