I don’t know if Epic Reads normally has a lot of swearing, but today it does. Hello, we are the Try Guys. Today we’re here at Epic Reads, and we are going to be matching our personalities to young adult tropes, YA tropes, tropes, baby!>>YA are we doing this?>>[LAUGH] Well,… Continue Reading The Try Guys Match Their Personalities to YA Tropes | Epic Reads

HERRERA: Actually I don’t need my glasses, I can see this. Good evening, everyone, I’m Luis Herrera, I’m the City Librarian here in San Francisco and I’m really delighted to see a full house here, and I guess that’s not surprising because we have a wonderful, wonderful program for you.… Continue Reading Mary Roach in conversation with Adam Savage at San Francisco Public Library

ELLEN DEGENERES: This is the guy. If you’re going to learn transcendental meditation, he’s the guy to learn it from. You have taught so many amazing people. But we don’t want to name-drop right now. So tell people what TM is, exactly. BOB ROTH: So transcendental meditation is a very… Continue Reading Ellen Welcomes Transcendental Meditation Expert Bob Roth

Myung C. Kim, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, published the book “Acupuncture for Self Defense” in 1971. The book is currently out of print, but will be revised in the near future. This book theorized that acupuncture points can be used either to paralyze or heal someone. Pressing LARGE INTESTINE POINT… Continue Reading Myung Kim’s Acupuncture Theory on Cancer

– I’m ready for a sleepover. – Okay. Today we are playing a rousing game of Boink, Marry, Kill. – I am boinking Robin, marrying Alfred – and killing Batman. – I’m with Ned. – How you gonna kill Batman? – I don’t know how yet but I’ll figure it… Continue Reading The Try Guys Play Boink, Marry, Kill

RACHEL O’MARA: Hi, everyone, and thanks for coming today. I’m Rachel O’Mara, and I’m really excited to host Tosha Silver, who’s here to talk today at Google about her book, “Outrageous Openness.” And I’m excited because I got introduced to Tosha and her work last spring. I got a copy… Continue Reading Tosha Silver: “Outrageous Openness” | Talks at Google