Last Tuesday, Feb. 5, mainly in Punjab, India, five million Hindu pilgrims and devotees gathered together to honor their goddess of knowledge, music, art, science, and technology, Maa Suraswati, in a festival of kites on what is annually called Vasant [...]Read more
Bill Nye, best known as television personality “The Science Guy,” will visit Louisville, Kentucky, to debate evolution and new earth creation with the founder of the Creation Museum on Feb. 4. The debate will likely draw much attention in both science [...]Read more
Joseph Smith was the founder of Mormonism, referenced formally as founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a teenager, Smith began experiencing visions in Palmyra, NY, and at the age of 22 he translated one of [...]Read more
Albert Einstein once said, “Never lose a holy curiosity,” and that was debatably the mantra running through the mind of New York-based photographer Serge J-F. Levy as he walked into Green Haven Correctional Facility in 2002. No, Levy was not [...]Read more
Will the Stains of the Catholic Church Abuse Scandals in Media Be Lifted with Pope Francis’ New Reign?
Hollywood’s superstar actor Matt Damon may lead in new film regarding a Roman Catholic Church in Boston, its Archbishop Cardinal Bernard Francis Law, and the uncovering of a series of sex scandals that rocked the community. The film centers on [...]Read more