Mind The Gap
Nationally, the number of female MBAs lags well behind that of their male peers. But that's something the Texas MBA program is working to change.
Evergreen: An Interview with Paul Williams
He is a gifted composer, lyricist, singer, actor, and humanitarian. At the height of his fame, he was also an addict. In a recent interview with Treatment Today, Williams discussed his battle with alcohol and drugs through the 80s and how he overcame his demons.
It Ain't Hip To Die
A professional saxophonist since the age of 11, when he would earn $3 a night, Buddy Arnold joined the likes of Dorsey, Buddy Rich, and Stan Kenton in a 25-year career playing jazz in big bands. But he also spent 31 years as a heroin addict.
Health Care Is Serious Business
The issues affecting the business of health care are much more complex than even the latest season of "Game of Thrones" and often just as confusing.
The Song Is Done
Jason is not only a talented songwriter and musician (and great person), he’s also the inspiration behind my starting a blog in the first place. So I asked my favorite local musician and creative person to talk with me about creative blocks.
Is This Real Life
“Two cups of coffee, an iPhone, two mostly Siamese cats, and one Festivus pole. I am here today with Taylor Overstreet, one of the members of There’s Waldo! – a fantastic sketch troupe out of The Institution Theater in Austin, Texas.
Just Abu Dhabi Do It
Michele Campbell is a diver. She’s the Esther Williams mermaid of ex-pats. After a year of planning, Michele is now living on the other side of the world in Abu Dhabi.
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