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Country Clichés Unraveled: The Generation Gap

By Kurt Wolff

“A little messed up but we’re all alright.”

If you listen to country radio, you know that line from Kenny Chesney‘s “American Kids.” The hit song (it recently reached No. 1,970 more words


TV in the Internet age

Three years ago, my TV broke down and I decided not to replace it, depending only on a computer to watch what I wanted, whenever I wanted. 350 more words


how we talk about millennials: the good, the bad, and the empty

It turns out millennials are smart! Well, maybe.

Last week, Pew Research published their findings on millennials and their relationship with libraries and books and such. 1,235 more words

Money Monday! Seniors as Canada's richest demographic?

In the September 15, 2014 edition of Maclean’s magazine, the cover page article discussing Canada’s senior demographic and the generation spending gap, examines the overall wealth of Canadian seniors, the extent of services provided to them through the Canadian government, and juxtaposes this with the current state of those up-and-coming workers. 112 more words

Money Management

Generation Gap: from the early work archive

This was done in my early 20’s, in a consciously Expressionistic style. The technique was to use charcoal and an eraser to draw something relatively quickly, from the imagination, and out of suggestions I get from non-representational marks I’d first make on the paper… 344 more words


The Kids Are Alright

Watching the social interactions of people less socially awkward and geeky than me is always interesting. I had a chance to do so yesterday afternoon when a number of expats got together for coffee. 190 more words

Something Korean

Some struggles of the Black family nucleus (today)

Is there is a fading presence of the Black nuclear family which puts children at a disadvantage (socially) and creates a burden on society?

Looking at single parenting in America: 372 more words

American Family