Dave Roos splits his time between freelance writing and organic vegetable farming, neither of which pay very well but make excellent use of his Religion major. He has two ridiculous kids and lives in Pittsburgh, PA when he's not living in Mexico.
If you thought bus tours were only for people with bad travel agents, you were right. But they're also for perfectly normal people with perfectly bizarre tastes. If you haven't made your summer travel plans yet, here are some sweet recommendations.
1. Vegas Mob Tour
For about five seconds in the 1990s, Las Vegas tried to clean up its act. The new "family-friendly" Vegas — with amusement-style attractions, PG-rated shows and Disneyfied dining experiences —... READ ON
Starbucks is the coffee icon people either love or love to hate. The Seattle company opened its first shop in 1971, and all these years later, the coffee giant is still brewing up addictive drinks and venti-sized controversy across the globe. Here are 10 things you might not have known about Starbucks.
1. It Could Have Been "˜Pequods'
Nothing says marketing genius like an extremely vague literary reference. At least that was the logic of Starbucks' original founders — two... READ ON
Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.