The classic romantic comedy “You’ve Got Mail” premiered 22 years ago.
Tom Hanks has portrayed an impressive range of real and fictional characters in movies like “The Post” (2017) and “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” (2019).
Meg Ryan has starred in a range of films and she made her directorial debut in 2015 with “Ithaca.”
Dave Chappelle’s stand-up
Kevin Espiritu never planned to become a gardening expert.
The 32-year-old San Diego resident grew up playing video games like Harvest Moon and The Sims, but he didn’t have the means to take on ambitious do-it-yourself projects in real life. He got back into games after graduating from college, but the habit quickly became too much. So he turned to gardening in 2016. Now, his gaming-inspired videos at Epic Gardening
From an early age, my family could tell I would be a hunter. When I learned to read, I poured over my grandpa’s old Fur Fish and Game magazines. When I was able to tag along with my dad and relatives, I was hooked for life. Your spouse, a friend, family member or even the neighborhood kid may not have the instinctive, internal drive to jump into hunting
Okta OKTA has been one of the most fabulous software growth stories in 2020 so far. The company has been benefiting from robust demand for identity management services globally, triggered by the work-from-home wave. This $33.65-billion company has seen its share price surge 135.3% year to date.
Notably, Okta Identity Cloud platform offers a suite of applications that manage and secure identities. Customers use the platform to manage and secure
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The virtual store is back—and it’s the best retail experience we could have gotten during a COVID-19 lockdown.
Rather than resembling a printed catalog transformed into online form, as most e-commerce sites do, virtual stores use either 3D renderings of an environment or Google Street-View-like sequences of stitched-together photographic images of a physical location. They replicate neighborhood shopping, letting you walk through aisles
In a year that has highlighted the basic need for human connection, Gamers Outreach, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based out of Michigan, is using the power of play to help bring hospitalized children together this holiday season.
Founded in 2008 by Zach Wigal, Gamers Outreach is a charity that helps kids cope with long-term medical treatment by providing gaming hardware and software to hospitals across the United States, essentially helping
Here’s how you can stand up for community composting and make your voice heard at Friday’s New York City Council hearing.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, everything has moved online—even New York City Council hearings! For many of us, that means it’s easier to make our voices heard in these formal settings, which would normally take place