By Enid Parker
A wronged knight brandishes his sword and jumps from a castle’s battlements, engages in a thrilling duel to protect his lady love, sweeps her up on his horse and as he rides away into a land far, far away, he vows to return and take control of his castle someday.
Continue reading Knudsen’s gone, but it won’t block the Lego legacy he left behind
By Deepthi Nair
What if heading to work felt like going to college? What if there were no boring cubicles, meeting rooms and PowerPoint presentations and instead you were greeted with soccer fields, tech-free zones and Xbox lounges?
Continue reading Finish work in a treehouse, then go have a haircut or play soccer
By Amanda Fortier
This 20-something woman has a team of 40, mostly women, who produce more than 220 pounds a day of tiguedegue (peanut butter) to sell in Mali, Senegal and Gambia
Continue reading She’s working for peanuts, creating new identities