While March May Be Unpredictable, Our Featured Titles Are Solid

| By Thorndike Staff | Depending on where you hang your hat, March can bear witness to already-blazing sun or still-lingering snow. Our monthly picks are a mix as well! Everything from a deep-diving memoir about group therapy to an exploration of why Black people are literally “sick and tired”; along with a tangled tale … Read more

How to Find the Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines

| By K. Lee Lerner | Misinformation and disinformation plague coverage of many news events, and the COVID-19 global pandemic has proven no exception. With regard to the spread of errant and misleading information—ranging from the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus to subsequent efforts by public health officials to slow the spread of COVID-19—both media … Read more

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

| By Traci Cothran | What I love most about our Gale resources is the depth of the content. There’s always something new to learn—usually, a lot of things! This point was driven home when I did a few searches of “Ma Rainey” and “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” in our Gale content after seeing the … Read more

Accelerate Small Business Success and Develop Your Business Acumen

| By Gale Staff | Nearly half of all U.S. workers are employed by small business owners.1 That means 60.6 million workers, their families, and the local economy depend on the success of small businesses. Under ordinary conditions, the survival rate for small businesses after five years is only 48 percent and decreases significantly over … Read more