Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out the Grit's curated list of happenings this weekend and through the week.

....The Addams Family is back...

In the third issue of "Meta Mag," local artists and poets explore the theme of spirituality.

An emotionally heated look at police oppression and race from a formerly unassuming suburbanite.

Sometimes, the ones who make the greatest impact are the ones who say nothing at all.

Anything can happen at this year's NCAA tournament, he contends, and that spells excitement come next week

What do this year's muddled rankings mean for your bracket? Hint: Flipping coins or ranking by best Harlem Shake might be as good a strategies as any. More on this wild, wild season...

We loved Jane's anecdote—where she went from former Fortune 500 telecommunications exec to '60s-era secretary in a hot minute—because she forced us to decide: What would WE do in her shoes?

Recently, an older man in a business club I belong to downtown, beckoned me—a stranger—to come take notes for him on a call, then dismissed me. Decision time: SEETHE, or SEIZE the moment?

Are bald fellows better leaders? A new study on unconscious bias shows that many people, based on looks alone, think so, revealing the unsettling truth—we all use stereotypes, all the time

Okay (gulp) we admit it... we women can get a little competitive. This Grit gal turned the spotlight on high, handed us a mirror, and said, "Hey! Cut. It. Out."

Turns out those Gossip Girls are more realistic than the Ya-Yas or Traveling Pant sisters. Ladies: are you steamrolling your fellow females?

Some women are geniuses at communicating for maximum impact. How successful you are at this depends in large measure on using the right tactics...