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What even is vice anymore?

by // April 17, 2019

The point, of course, is that our definitions of “vice” are continually shifting. Many of the topics covered in this issue were “vices” 100 years ago. Or 30. Or even five. Today those stigmas are dissolving. As societal norms and behavioral expectations evolve, what were once considered morally bankrupt behaviors are now gaining increasing acceptance. read more »

Is it time to ditch traditional work models?

by // March 20, 2019

The 40-hour work week set by auto pioneer Henry Ford is showing every one of its 93 years. So are conventional vacation and other benefits. Today’s workers want change as digital technology has untethered them from their office desks. Yet globalization and competition have them constantly connected to work and stressed as ever. Despite the advent of work-life balance initiatives in the mid-1980s, the ideal of symmetry between work, family and… continue »

What’s for dinner?

by // December 4, 2018

It’s about as fundamental a question as you’ll find in most people’s day-to-day lives. And while the answer can take many forms in terms of the incredible range of cuisines served, whether dinner is eaten as a family around a table, on couches in front of the TV, or on the run to soccer practice, the conversation about food today is much broader. It encompasses topics such as the way food gets to you, how it is grown or prepared and even how it’s packaged or sold. read more »

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