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At 30, Galaxy Bookshop Anchors Hardwick With Literature and Love

You can't miss the mural on the far wall of Hardwick's Galaxy Bookshop. As the moon rises on a snowy evening, animals cavort, constellations sparkle and smiling people move boxes from one building to ... read more

Bicycle Urbanism by Design

The book argues for designing “life-sized cities” that place ... The firepit was our meeting place. Our anchor. As cities emerged and an indoor life became a part of our norm, the streets still remain... read more

A (very) smart kid and a solid theory

I’ve been getting lots of emails and tweets about a young man named Jacob Barnett, a 12-year-old who is apparently a math genius. He’s been getting a lot of press lately because he’s tackling some pre... read more

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The Ten-Dollar Founding Father Without a Father: Teaching and Learning With ‘Hamilton’

While on vacation in Mexico in 2008, Miranda cracked Ron Chernow’s doorstop biography, ‘‘Alexander Hamilton,’’ which was nominated in 2004 for the National Book Critics Circle ... he was the only self ... read more

Christmas Gift Ideas: 365 of the Best Gifts from $10 to $1000+

This is THE best list of Christmas gift ideas on the entire internet. I know, I know, that’s a bold claim, and I’ll let you be the judge. So scroll down, and we guarantee you will find at least a hand... read more

What Polyamory Is Not

And when I speak of “love,” I’m speaking of the agape or self-giving love ... The person with whom one is in such a central relationship is sometimes referred to as the “primary,” “anchor,” or “nestin... read more

Researchers find solar eruptions may not have slinky-like shapes after all

But these measurements have been helpful to space forecasters, allowing them a 30 to 60 minute warning before impact. The goal is to lengthen that notice time to hours – ideally 24 hours – to make mor... read more

A dragon fight in the heart of Orion

It’s very common to see familiar things in random patterns. We see faces in clouds, Jesus in a tortilla, and smiley faces everywhere. It’s so ubiquitous there’s a term for it: pareidolia. So when I sa... read more

Moonves’ Ouster Leaves Julie Chen in Awkward Spot as Host of Two CBS Shows

Julie Chen remains an integral part of two CBS Corp. TV programs, even as her husband, former chairman-CEO Leslie Moonves, has left the company under a cloud. That awkward situation has given rise to ... read more

Jess Ainscough finally admits her condition is deteriorating

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Loop quantum gravity theory offers glimpse beyond the event horizon

Daniele Pranzetti and colleagues, in a new study published in Physical Review Letters, present an important result obtained by applying a second quantization formulation of loop quantum gravity (LQG) ... read more

Tea Partyers as Advocates for the Poor and Downtrodden?

Is the Tea Party a “Social Justice” Movement? Timothy Dalrymple still has two weeks of blogs to post on the Evangelical Portal at Patheos before we’ll know his final answer. But the question is so pri... read more

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