Campaign canvassing that aims to reduce voter prejudices toward transgender individuals appears to be working through conversation.
Power Plant Fitness founder Jim McAlpine speaks with BTRtoday about opening the first cannabis-friendly fitness center.
A lucky BTRtoday staffer takes a trip to the Devil’s Tree, one of New Jersey’s most infamous local haunts.
Emilio D’Alessandro served as a personal assistant to film icon Stanley Kubrick for more than 30 years. BTRtoday takes a special look into what the world-renowned director was really like, and some of the most important lessons he imparted to his best friend.
Aquaphysical is an English company that aims to capture the physical benefits of working out on the water—literally.
A change to Rule 41 to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure has the potential to vastly increase the scope and ease of government surveillance.
BTRtoday speaks with Bioquark CEO Ira Pastor about ReAnima, a groundbreaking trial which aims to reanimate the brains of the dead.
Virtual reality solutions company Holodia is using their technology to make cardio workouts more entertaining and engaging.
Third party presidential candidates are as old as elections themselves, but the money and organization required to run an effective campaign make it almost impossible to compete.
The dynamics of millennial population shifts are determined by rising costs, familial relationships, suburban upbringings, cultural impact, and much more.
London fitness club 1Rebel is rolling out a new program of high intensity spin classes on commuter buses.
BTR speaks with Dr. Phil Rasch of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory about the affect sea spray has on cloud formation.
A new study provides surprising revelations and a far greater understanding of population turnover and migration in ancient Europe.