• Paul Kelly: Life Is Fine review – some of his best songs in years

    In the A–Z of Paul Kelly’s career – something he spent some 550 pages discussing in his excellent “mongrel memoir” How to Make Gravy, which obliquely discussed in alphabetical order the inspirations, motivations and memories lurking behind more than 100 of his songs – attention always turns back to his third album, Post, the one […]

  • LIFE
    This weird moon of Saturn has some essential ingredients for life

    If you were going to cook up life on another world, Titan is the place to do it. Saturn’s largest moon is rich with carbon, nitrogen and hydrogen — elements required by all living organisms on Earth. It has two types of wet ingredients — an ocean of water underground and lakes of liquid methane on the surface. And it’s flush […]

  • STARTUPS
    Cannabis delivery startup Eaze confirms theft of some user data from service provider

    An anonymous source tipped off Crunchbase News that Eaze, the Series B-stage cannabis delivery startup with over $24 million in venture funding, has experienced a security incident. Some of its user data may have been stolen by a former employee of Don Davidson, MD, a medical service provider that provides patient consultations and medical cannabis recommendations (the equivalent of […]

  • PODCASTS
    Kim Cowart: Some of my favorite podcasts to run to

    While the days get longer, so do my runs. To keep myself entertained during my solo adventures, I skip the music and plug in podcasts. There are the popular favorites like “Missing Richard Simmons” or “S-Town.” There is an abundance of fitness podcasts, but there are a wealth of podcasts on every topic waiting for […]

  • SUCCESS
    Give Dixon’s predecessor some credit for TCU success

    Former coach Trent Johnson signed most of the contributors on TCU’s record-setting team. Steve Nurenberg Special to the Star-Telegram He has received mostly mockery and scorn rather than credit but Trent Johnson deserves due recognition for what is going on with the TCU basketball program. As the team prepares for its final game of the […]

  • ENTREPRENEURS
    How to Add Some Spice to Your Drab Company Blog

    It’s no surprise that most businesses are jumping on the blogging bandwagon. If you already have a website up, it makes sense to create a company blog. According to Hubspot, B2B marketers who use blogs receive 67 percent more leads than those who don’t. That said, it’s safe to say that your company blog will […]

  • ENTREPRENEURS
    Looking for Funding? Here are Some Resources for Women Entrepreneurs

    The number of women-owned businesses has risen dramatically in recent years, a healthy sign for those who value greater diversity in the nation’s economy. Between 2002 and 2012, the number of women-owned firms increased at a rate 2½ times the national average (52 percent vs. 20 percent) and employment at women-owned firms grew at a […]

  • STARTUPS
    Take Some Scenic Roads Off Main to Rejuvenate

    How do you stay fresh, motivated and inspired? This is a popular discussion that comes up in my conversations with small business owners. Those that have been around and have navigated changing times know the value of the “long game” and balancing work and time off. Finding new ideas, people, goals and projects to rejuvenate […]