Cocktails and Conversation with Cherríe Moraga: Ms. Magazine Book Club

Cocktails and Conversation with Cherríe Moraga: Ms. Magazine Book Club

Join Ms. for Cocktails and Conversation with Cherríe Moraga! Click here to register At the inaugural #MsBookClub meeting, author and activist Cherríe Moraga will join Ms. digital editor Carmen Rios in Los Angeles for a conversation about her memoir Native Country of the Heart. The reception will feature custom cocktails from Yola Mezcal. The event will include a book signing. Join us on April 17, 2019 … Continued

Winter’s Yukon Feels Like a Cool Secret

From my first greeting in the territory’s capital of Whitehorse – airport signage reading, “We welcome the world to our home, our land, our Yukon, our people” – to the final farewell, this top-of-Canada destination is a universal surprise. Located a two-plus hour flight from Vancouver, due north toward the Arctic, my draw to the … Continued

Enock Makasi

A Child Of The Universe by Enock Makasi

Publisher Note:I met Enock Makasi on March 24, 2016 when he was flying from Los Angeles, California to Salt Lake City on his way to his new home in Idaho and he was 15 years old. He had already flown from Uganda to Amsterdam and then California. He “was born in a country called Democratic Republic … Continued

African Safari in Tanzania by Brec Bassinger with G Adventures

Traveling to Tanzania with Brec Bassinger and G Adventures

Brec Bassinger and  Dylan Summerall  went to Tanzania and Zanzibar with G Adventures. Brec shared her thoughts on social media saying: “Thank you gadventures for letting me and my best friend see AFRICA together. I learned so much about myself and the East African culture. During these past two weeks I have learned so much about not only the … Continued

Rabbi Yoshi at Stephen Wise Temple

Tidying Up to Spark Joy by Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback

Tidying Up by Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback from Stephen Wise Temple The LORD spoke to Moses, saying: Tell the Israelite people to bring Me gifts; you shall accept gifts for Me from every person whose heart so moves him. (Exodus 25:1-2) לֵּאמֹֽר: אֶל־מֹשֶׁ֥ה  יְהוָ֖ה  וַיְדַבֵּ֥ר יִדְּבֶ֣נּוּ לִבּ֔וֹ תִּקְח֖וּ אֶת־תְּרוּמָתִֽי׃  כָּל־אִישׁ֙ אֲשֶׁ֣ר מֵאֵ֤ת תְּרוּמָ֑ה׃ When I was a kid, tidying up … Continued

2018 Holiday Sale Clayhouse

An Ancient Craft Undergoes a Revival   

An Ancient Craft Undergoes a Revival     by Diana Ungerleider                  In today’s high-tech world, everything moves at an increasingly frenetic pace. Innovations in technology and communication bring us up-to-the-minute news and information on our screens, but can also leave us feeling stressed and tense.  In addition, almost every … Continued

Why Does This Travel Mom Take Her Kids Everywhere?

Travel mom and writer Lori LeRoy writes at Maps Memories and Motherhood, giving tips and tricks for traveling with kids. Her love of travel happened at an early age and now she’s passing it along to her young boys. Where did your love of travel come from? My wanderlust was influenced by a myriad of … Continued

100 things to do in San francisco

Your San Francisco Bucket List Just Got Easier

Family coming to town for the holidays? Planning a long weekend in San Francisco? Dread the question, “What should we do today?” A new guide to San Francisco has answers. Written by veteran travel writers Jill Robinson and Kimberley Lovato, 100 Things To Do In San Francisco Before You Die is full of tips, fun … Continued

Where Vibrant Sydney Turns Electric: A Photo Essay

If Sydney were a movie genre, it would be a romantic comedy. From its beach communities to the bridge and opera house; the Royal Botanical Gardens to its youthful, good natured, forwarding thinking population, everything in Sydney is a little sharper, a little more vibrant and a little better than your city. The city explodes … Continued

The Best Girlfriend Getaway: Tulum, Mexico

Go anywhere in Mexico and you will receive a very warm welcome, but Tulum exudes a different kind of friendly. Maybe it’s because the people there have had eons of practice. The Mexican Riviera has been a premier destination for centuries. One of the last cities built by the Mayan people in 1200 BC, the area was … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel