Culture . TourismOn 08/31/2018 by Leslie Paul Farkas
Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labour Day Weekend Festival. Check out our top 5 list of award winning artists. Tickets are still available.
BusinessOn 08/30/2018 by Scope Weekly
The Associated Press tackles problems in modern journalism via blockchain.
CultureOn 08/29/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
An estimated 15 percent of business owners are people with disabilities. Nearly 1 in 5 People have a disability in the U.S., reports the Census Bureau.
Crowdfunding . Environment & ScienceOn 08/28/2018 by Scope Weekly
Crowdfunding campaigns for science fiction and physics enthusiasts: How to Build a Time Machine, Mandela Effect books project, and a time-traveling science fiction film The Guy Down the Road.
CultureOn 08/26/2018 by Katie Hunter
Spoilers Ahead: In the series finale of HBO’s mini-series Sharp Objects, Camille Preaker discovers the depths of her own family’s psychosis.
Lifestyle . Product ReviewsOn 08/26/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
Great Fall Accessories: Scope Weekly picks a Scarf and a pair of sneakers by Marimekko, daytrip ruffle weave socks, and a crossbody purse
Public AffairsOn 08/26/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
John Sidney McCain III – 1936 – 2018. Arizona Senator McCain is survived by his wife, Cindy, seven children and five grandchildren. He will be laid to rest at the U.S. Naval Academy Cemetery in Annapolis, Maryland. The senator requested eulogies to be read by former President Obama and G.W. Bush while asked that Trump not to be involved.
Public AffairsOn 08/24/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
The McCain family said that Arizona’s Senator John McCain has “surpassed expectations for survival,” but the “progress of the disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict.”
Lifestyle . TourismOn 08/24/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
Move over reality. More than 19.6 million people in the U.S. alone believe that mermaids exist and would like to date one.
Business . Environment & ScienceOn 08/23/2018 by Anne Howard - Editor
Verizon favored profit over the safety of citizens said 22 governmental agencies in a lawsuit filed Monday. The lawsuit seeks to reinstate federal net neutrality rules.