By Agustin Fuentes
In his story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson famously shows the dark side of humanity. The respectable and kind Dr. Jekyll devises a potion that enables him to bring to the surface his evil core. In Mr. Hyde, with his vile appearance and violent behavior, Jekyll sees . . . → Read More: Is violence genetic?
By Mary Elizabeth Williams
When you think of Justin Bieber, the first thing that leaps to mind probably isn’t “spoiling for a fight, international fugitive.” But this weekend, the doe-eyed, blow-dried young idol startled his fans – and at least one paparazzo who underestimated him – by allegedly taking a swing at . . . → Read More: Bieber shows his uglier half
By Rhett Miller
Hey, you turkeys. Listen up. I need you to listen for five minutes. I’m going to impart a little wisdom. You can take it or leave it. For what it’s worth, I’d rather you took it.
The advice is this: David Bowie’s “Hunky Dory” is a perfect album, and, since perfect . . . → Read More: Bowie’s Hunky Dory
Before you say anything about the content of this article, I hate people who litter. I’ll judge you if I think you’re too lazy to recycle. I hate pollution and the death of our fragile ecosystems and all the rest. But- with that disclaimer out of the way- Glass Beach in Fort Bragg, California is . . . → Read More: Glass Beach
By Zubeida Mustafa
PAKISTAN has failed to educate its children. This is shameful and now we have the proverbial insult added to injury.
It is in the form of the numerous myths and misconceptions about language circulating on the Internet and in conferences on education that have caught the public imagination. This creates pressure . . . → Read More: The problem of language in education
Senate Chairman Nayyar Hussain Bokhari has said that the government has prioritised eradication of polio from the country, as only healthy child can become productive citizen and useful member of society and can contribute to national development.
. . . → Read More: Senate Chairman claims polio eradication is a high priority for the government
By Toaha Qureshi
Perhaps we have all heard the oft repeated joke; when an American tourist came to Israel with the intention of visiting the Kotel (the Wailing Wall) but he forgot what it was called. When he stepped into a taxi, he said to the driver,
Can you please take me to . . . → Read More: Israel’s wall