“Great moments often catch us unawares...when some kind of spiritual light shines through the ordinary affairs of everyday life.” A beautiful, touching tribute by Kent Nerburn.
Tiny houses – it’s becoming a movement – people are down- sizing the spaces they live in. Take a peek at this young woman’s DIY tiny home. By Ella Jenkins
Carol M. Highsmith, a distinguished and richly published American photographer, has donated her work to the Library of Congress since 1992, and has dedicated the rights to America’s people.
To abolish war, racism, hate and poverty, rockers have created anthems that have moved people to contribute money, take to the streets or just live in harmony. By Frank Mastropolo
The story of how one man’s epic obsession led to one of America’s greatest cultural treasures. Photos of native Americans chronicled by photographer Edward Curtis.
"Fifteen minutes in, the dough was no longer sticky. Ten more minutes, and it was elastic and resilient. By the time the half hour was up, the dough was practically hitting me back." An amusing look at America's 1st cookbook. By Sarah Lohman
On the road, criss-crossing this great country for 30 days. Can film maker Josh Miller survive on products Made only in the USA? An interview by Amy and the American Made Guide to Life.
Really tells the story of manufactured demand—how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows virtually free from the tap. By Annie Leonard