The latest “Meet the Author event” attended by the City Adventurers were different to most. The guest author was Nuzo Onoh who is a Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Rather than taking about her latest book – “A Dance for the Dead” – she spoke about Ancestor Veneration in Black Communities.… More Ancestor Veneration in Black Communities with Nuzo Onoh
You raise them and nurture them and help them grow into adults and then it’s time to let them leave. Some are eager to fly, standing on the edge of the nest dreaming of jumping off. Some need a little help to get going. A gentle nudge over the rim. And then they fly. You… More Job Done or Help, I have an Empty Nest!
There has been an increase in the number of parents taking their twentysomething children with them when they go on holiday. This is hardly surprising. Given the cost of student loans and booming house prices, some people find it pays to go away with mum and dad….especially when their parents continue to foot the bill. This phenomena has… More Family Holidays with your Adult Kids
Bao is a tale of a woman whose steamed bun comes to life. Premiering before the Incredibles 2, it is written and directed by Domee Shi, the first female director of a Pixar short film. Domee Shi told Carina Hsieh of Cosmopolitan that she wanted to tell the universal stories of food bringing family together and of overprotective parents learning to let go of their… More Bao – a short film that tugs the heart strings