Did Sunday’s premiere episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey spark your interest in science, space, Carl Sagan, or Neil deGrasse Tyson? Did you attend our viewing party at Mobius Science Center and are now curious about Dr. Kevin Decker and his series on philosophy and pop culture?
Here is a list of books to get you started (those that can be found at bookstores in Spokane have a note next to them to let you know; also this is not a full list of all books by these authors, just a few to mention today):
Cosmos by Carl Sagan (Auntie’s Bookstore, 2nd [...]
Valentine’s Day is coming. A day singles all over start to dread as couples all over buy each other gifts and plan exciting evenings out. But this year you don’t have to fret just because you don’t have a ‘special someone’ to share the day with. There are plenty of things you can do all on your own – or better yet, with your friends – that can be just as much fun (or more) than doing the ‘couple thing’.
Interested in a classy night out with other singles, mingling and flirting and enjoying the chance to perhaps find a new [...]
Valentine’s Day is coming, and while here in the US we may exchange cards and gifts and candy and sexy lingerie (scandalous I know), in other countries they have their own special ways of celebrating this time of love. Such as in Japan, where guys and gals actually have TWO different days to celebrate. On February 14th the ladies give their guys gifts of dark chocolates – sometimes store bought but often made by hand to show just how much they care. Then on “White Day” – March 14th – it is the guys’ time to reciprocate by giving their [...]