Heads up, readers: The World Science Festival is coming to New York City! From May 29th through June 2nd, New York City will be host to a variety of events designed to make science accessible to a larger audience.While some events do require a ticket, many are free, including a science fair done street-style planned for Washington Square Park which promises lots of hands-on events for visitors of all ages...
Cars have long been symbols for personal freedom. With the open road before you you can go anywhere—from behind the wheel you really take control of your destiny.
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Question: What do you need to get you through the day?Take a second and look through your bag or pockets and take an inventory of the things you carry with you every day.
Don't believe every meme you encounter.
Blue Jeans: The Art of the Ordinary | Daniel Miller and Sophie Woodward | University of California Press | 184 pages | $24.95 (Paperback) I'm willing to bet you own at least one pair of jeans...
Cookbooks illustrate specific views of foods. When they have been recovered as historical documents, they provide insights into how people ate—or rather, how specific people ate. ..
Note: This article originally appeared on AiP on December 13, 2010. It won a Research Blogging Award. It's hard to imagine that knowledge could be lost today.
Cleveland rocks. Or so the saying goes. I've been traveling for work this week, and have spent the last two and a half days in Cleveland, Ohio. It was my first visit, and it offered me a chance to do the things I love most: talk to people, see places through the eyes of others, and discover new things all on my own...
During the morning rush hour in New York City, tourists stand out as being the ones looking up. It's possible that they see more clearly what most New Yorkers take for granted: water towers...
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