Walking into Cranberries in Johnson City, Tennessee, there is a certain feeling that surrounds the burgundy walls filled with local artwork and photography. Ruth Taylor Reed and her husband, David Reed, own this quaint little restaurant that showcases great food and good vibes, but what else is going on behind the rustic brick walls?
TIME: Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren drew a red line on Friday for 2016 presidential candidates, calling for them to commit to end the so-called “revolving door” between Wall Street and the Cabinet.
The firebrand populist said specifically that all the presidential candidates should support Wisconsin Sen.
IANS: Specially-abled Ira Singhal, who topped this year’s IAS examination, could be the brand ambassador for the programmes of department of empowerment of persons with disabilities, a minister said on Friday.
“Singhal could be the brand ambassador for the department for its schemes and programmes,” Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thaawar Chand Gehlot said in a statement.
(CNN)Rosie Rios notices when women are missing in action.
The 43rd treasurer of the United States is keenly aware, for example, that on the third floor of the Treasury Department, there is not a single woman among the portraits of the country’s ex-treasury secretaries.
An interview with Kiana Bierria, a Long Island University student, political campaigner, and aspiring government representative. Bierria began her work as a freshmen in college, where her hopes to inspire future generations of women blossomed.
Q: What do you think there are fewer women in political office?
How Filmography Manipulates the Depictions of Women
Women have never had a particularly favorable portrayal in Fantasy novels or movies. Many analysts have pointed to the various causes for this: the imbalance of gender representation, the focus on “write what you know” as the go-to formula for fantasy fiction