A roundup of suggestions for your new (or old) e-book reader.
17 posts from December 2012
Chris Stedman explores the true meaning of Christmas... for an atheist.
By Carole Joffe This post originally appeared at RHRealityCheck. Here are some things that have occurred in the immediate aftermath of the tragic slaughter of children and their teachers in Newtown, Connecticut: More signatures on a petition calling for gun...
By Mark Winne This post originally appeared on his blog at MarkWinne.com. I’ll never forget the look on the desk sergeant’s face as he gazed down at me from the heights of his dark-paneled police podium. Before him was a...
A note about our giveaway of books on grief.
Shopping for holiday gifts is tough enough. But ethically shopping? It's a whole other set of challenges.
Stacy Mitchell is a senior researcher with the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, where she directs initiatives on community banking and independent retail. She is the author of Big-Box Swindle: The True Cost of Mega-Retailers and the Fight for America's Independent...
Beacon Press is giving away copies of two books about grief.
"I have lost as you and / others have possibly lost a // beloved one, / and wonder, where are they now?"
Order any book at Beacon.org (including the ones featured in our Buzz Report below) by December 31st and receive 20% off your order and free standard shipping.* And orders of $75 or more will receive a free King Legacy Series...
An emptying nest can change a mom's feeling about the holidays, but a thoughtful spouse can inspire some childlike wonder.
Is Christmas secular or religious, or maybe a little of both? It all depends on who you ask, and sometimes the answer is surprising.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10th, 1948.
Don't forget about our holiday sale, and our Buzz Report will give you some ideas for what to order.
The latest allegations against Dov Charney add to a long list of complaints filed against him by his employees. But is the company still a force for good?
An interview with Chris Stedman about his life as an atheist interfaith activist.
Lessons from the long Gulf Coast recovery can inform the work that lies ahead for Sandy’s displaced survivors.