Zinio touts itself as the “world’s largest newsstand.” For those who love to read magazines, there is truly no better app on the market. As far as apps go, Zinio has been around for a while and has established itself as the leading magazine platform.
Those who are about to begin their first year of law school have no idea what to expect. They have heard from those who have been through it before that it is a lot of work and that it can be terrifying. While there is
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently adopted admission to the Bar by motion. The state now joins 40 other states and Washington, D.C., in permitting out of state lawyers to practice without passing the New Jersey state bar exam. Although admission by motion is accepted
A special committee will select the designs for the Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coin, which are intended to raise breast cancer awareness, along with millions of dollars for research. President Obama signed the Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coin Act into law on April 29, 2016. The
The Bahama Islands are unique in that they rise up as a rocky plateau from the ocean floor. The chain’s 700 islands sit on vast platforms of carbonates that are thousands of meters thick and date back millions of years. The Bahaman Archipelago consists of two
Dick Johnson’s new book project is generating a lot of buzz, and it’s not even finished yet. The ambitious Encyclopedia of Coin and Medal Technology will be the definitive reference book on the subject for the next century and will be impossible to surpass, ever!
In between re-mastering some of the greatest Progressive Rock albums of all time, Steven Wilson also managed to record two impressive albums of his own over the two years. In January, Wilson released “4 ½,” which followed 2015’s “Hand. Cannot. Erase.” Every audiophile is familiar
The warm weather makes it a lot more enjoyable to explore New York City, including its prime tourist attractions like Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, High Line, and Central Park. During the summer, the city also offers many free activities, from Shakespeare in the
Are you looking to try something new this summer? Look no further, as the Whitney Museum of American Art offers an eclectic experience for all, regardless of their taste in art. The Whitney Museum of American Art is a glorious place to visit this summer,
The Teddy Bear and Theodore Roosevelt are a part of the childhood of every American. However, not everyone makes the connection between the cute stuffed bear and the straight talking, progressive era ex-President. In 1903, a Brooklyn candy store owner put two stuffed toy bears