Arts & Culture
Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Important Things in Life
Stevie Ray Vaughan left lasting monuments to his musical genius—and a lesson about the importance of focusing on the important things in life.
Enter The Twilight Zone This November
Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling’s sense of life was rooted in a belief that humanity could triumph over its challenges. Sixty years after its debut, the show remains one of the most popular ever made and a fixture of American culture.
Celebrate and Exercise Your Right to Read
Countless people through the centuries have been denied the comforts of literacy and the thrill of encountering life-changing ideas in books. This week is a good time to reflect on how fortunate we are to have the freedom to read—and to resolve more firmly to exercise it.
The Great British Baking Show’s Wonderful Sense of Life
If you’ve been searching for a highly entertaining, heartwarming show that demonstrates how it’s possible for people to pursue their greatest passions while having fun and respecting their competitors—even when someone has to “lose”—look no further.