Merry Voldemas and Happy Red Cups to you. Thank God for the Red Cups, because they may just save the world… one sip at a time.
Are we as a people too emotionally invested in sports? Kwame Brown, and Harry Potter, may hold the answer.
Emma Watson, best known as Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter films, spoke this week at the World Economic Forum about the importance of including women as equal participants in economic leadership.
JK Rowling comes out with her views on LGBT and Jewish students at Hogwarts. We’re all happy to know that this fictional school is a safe haven for more than just Harry.
From fighting Lord Voldemort and his evil followers to championing equal human rights for women, girls, men and boys, Emma Watson has joined a critical fight, and not a moment too soon.
William Mize helps direct your journey back to visibility.
I’d love to see what would happen if you gave a bunch of 8-year-olds $50 million and told them to make a movie. It probably wouldn’t make much sense, but it would definitely involve dinosaurs, lasers and explosions.
Scott Behson spells out how parents can use the behavioral concept of the “availability bias” to help them build happy, lasting memories with their children.
Have you ever wondered who would win if a Jedi from “Star Wars” and a wizard from “Harry Potter” fought each other?
Andrew Smiler says flexibility is the key to minimizing the influence of gender on first dates.
Their days of riding in the sidecar are over. Or maybe not, because sidecars are pretty great.
By trying to follow in his literary hero’s footsteps, Jarad Dewing learned that not all heroes are what they seem.
Anthony Doubek found that the Harry Potter books taught him specific morals, introduced him to politics, and gave him a way to honestly look at the world for the first time.
Yes, you will probably laugh. And Jeff Bogle seriously wonders why this is funny.
Most little girls want to be Snow White when they grow up. Jerry Mahoney’s Daughter wants to be the Wicked Witch.