Five years ago, I started a small documentary project I assumed would last a few months. The film, Dukale’s Dream, ending up including multiple trips to Ethiopia and the creation of a social business. When I first met Dukale, a … Continued
Q&A intro: From 1920 to 1925, Bill Tilden, a rangy Philadelphian with a graceful forehand and a killer serve, was the biggest tennis star in the United States, the first American to be invited to Wimbledon, and a the owner … Continued
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The world’s most endangered mammal just became a little less threatened. RYOT News has learned that two female lemurs were born at Duke University’s Lemur Center. Back in 2012, lemurs were named as the most endangered mammal on the planet … Continued
“If I was lying on my deathbed and I had kept this secret and never ever did anything about it, I would be lying there saying, ‘You just blew your entire life.’ ” Those are the first public words of … Continued
This video was produced as part of the Kenneth Cole sponsored series, “Make Now Matter,” focusing on stories about and from the LGBT community. Sheb has a big heart and understands what love really is. Understanding that transcends all the … Continued
Ireland made history on Saturday as the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote. Ireland becomes 1st country to legalize same-sex marriage in popular vote after official results announced – @rte http://t.co/BnuFO12py0 — Breaking News (@BreakingNews) May 23, … Continued