by Taia Handlin | Jan 16, 2017
Twitter should ban President-elect Trump’s official account on the basis of their own rules against hate speech and threats. Doing so would demonstrate that Twitter takes hate speech seriously, especially when coming from the President of the…
by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jan 15, 2017
Dechen Thurman is an actor and yoga guru, who began exploring the practice of Jivamukti yoga while he was in theater school. Thurman sits down with BTRtoday to discuss ways in which yoga can be both a form of exercise and guide for daily life.
by Megan Wrappe | Jan 14, 2017
Actress Merly Streep's impassioned call for empathy amidst a turbulent political landscape can help us remember the inherent power of artistic expression.
by Joe Virgillito | Jan 13, 2017
BTRtoday sits down with Trent England of the Save Our States Project to talk about the importance of the Electoral College and what the United States might look like without it.
by Elena Childers | Jan 11, 2017
BTRtoday chats with Lindsey Gardner, manager of up-and-coming musician Ron Gallo, about the ways and the woes of working the music scene.
by Irina Groushevaia | Jan 10, 2017
Salt, the sneaky assassin, has been confronted by NYC health authorities who are regulating sodium levels in city food to help reduce death caused by heart disease.
by Taia Handlin | Jan 9, 2017
Her move to NBC will solidify the exception that we make for her bigotry because of her silky tresses and the fact that she is a powerful woman sitting amongst powerful men.
by Rebecca Chodorkoff | Jan 8, 2017
You’ve heard of anorexia and bulimia, but what about orthorexia and diabulimia? Eating disorders affect approximately 30 million people in the United States, and it’s about time we start taking these illnesses, and their treatments, seriously.
by Cassidy Colarik | Jan 7, 2017
Louis Delage’s Instagram account demonstrates that the outwardly perfect persona we create online is not always what it seems and can be a concealment of an underlying alcohol dependency issue.