Since I (Diamond-Michael Scott) was a kid, the inner workings of the brain have been a fascination of mine. It was the subject of my very first term pa…
On my trip last weekend to Boulder (Colorado), I spent an hour wandering aimlessly through Boulder Books. While in the new “non-fiction” release sectio…
If you are anything like me, when you meet U.K.-based Nina Rubesa you’ll immediately be captured by her energetic, bubbly nature. As the founder of Boo…
In 1996 at the ripe age of 33, I had a travel experience that for the first time opened my eyes to the deepest depths of privilege and wealth. That spr…
It’s the afternoon of June 29, 2021, and I’m in a deep conversation with David Rothman, a former poverty beat reporter, and staunch library and digital…
By Guest Contributor Kris Wood I often find myself months, if not years, behind when it comes to the latest musical, book, or tour. So when I discovere…
In a short time, Todd Cherches has become one of my favorite people on LinkedIn. His epic book VisuaLeadership: Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking…
Owen Sammarone has developed an unquenchable thirst for great reads. Having served as a Graduate Assistant for the University of Connecticut basketball…
The year was 1997. On a trip to Denver where I would be serving as a keynote speaker for a national conference at the then Adams Mark Hotel downtown (n…
If you were to ever meet Denver-native Keo Frazier, you would soon discover that she is a woman of intellectual smarts and sophistication. Having met i…
Pursuing one’s dream as an independent artist or freelancer is the road to starvation. That’s the message that those of us who have chosen to step out …
Back in 2009, veteran journalist David H. Rothman with insight from building collapse experts Kevin Parfitt of Pennsylvania State University and Gordon…