Arts & Culture Corner

“Craigslist Joe”: A Unique Experiment in Social Living

Can a person live completely off of the goods, services, and support offered by strangers online?

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Can "Bidder 70" Inspire You to Be the Change That You Seek?

We may not all be as selfless and daring as public lands activist Tim DeChristopher, but we can still have a lasting impact in our communities

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Mackle-more of What Matters

You know times are changing when a rap about the hipness of thrift store shopping hits the top of the charts.

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Spreading the Sharing Message on MLK Day

Through the "Me, We, New Dream" mural art project, students explored ways to share resources and reduce their carbon footprints.

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Josef Beery: Connecting Community Through Art and Books

Beery talks with us about his efforts to broaden the dialogue around sharing, simplicity, and community connection.

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Knitting, Anyone? Learn a New Skill This Winter!

A lot of people think knitting and crocheting are for older housewives, but it’s time to drop that stigma.

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Break Free From the Carbon Confusion

By doing the math for you, "How Bad Are Bananas?" can help you be more realistic—and efficient—in your eco-conscious decision making.

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America the Possible: A Revolution Cookbook for a More Decent Society

In his new book, Gus Speth tells us the hard, necessary truth about the mess we’re in here in the United States—but he also offers hope.

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Etsy Goes Beyond Online Sales to Support Local Economies

Many of us know Etsy as a crafting and vintage sale website. But the Brooklyn-based company also supports entrepreneurs and communities directly.

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of… Versailles?

For many people, the unlikely stars of "The Queen of Versailles" are iconic expressions of the American Dream.

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