Supply-chain problems shine a light on the inherent unsustainability of the design industry. Flourish Spaces responds by going local—sometimes as close as your attic.by Stevie McFadden
This month’s article, the third by Eric Nonacs and Ehren Reed concerning major trends in philanthropy, asks a critical and timely question: In difficult times, how can a philanthropist remain optimistic and engaged, while also being realistic?by Eric Nonacs, Ehren Reed
This month’s article, the second in Eric Nonacs and Ehren Reed’s philanthropy series, focuses on the question of how individuals and organizations can adopt more transparent practices, build trust-based relationships and open up their decision making in an effort to democratize their giving.by Ehren Reed, Eric Nonacs
Being an effective philanthropist in today’s world means acknowledging that different kinds of challenges require a multiplicity of approaches and a willingness to abandon the quest for certainty and definitiveness. So, how can today’s philanthropists come to terms with this complexity, while not being daunted into inaction.by Ehren Reed, Eric Nonacs
Having recently returned from Paris, where we dined at some of his suggested restaurant, we were eager to learn more, so Worth spoke with the renowned food writer about current Parisian food trends, specifically the influence of foreign cuisines.by Jonathan Russo and Deborah Grayson
Many high achievers are taught the “destination” approach to life at the earliest of ages, but life is a journey and breaking this addiction is crucial to surviving the next crisis.by George S. Everly Jr.
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