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Starlight walking tour of KU starts at 5 a.m. Mon...
Retired University of Kansas professor Theodore Johnson will lead the annual autumnal equinox walking tour of the KU campus beginning at 5 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Jayhawk Boulevard and 14th...
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Natural History Museum
Historic levels of political passion fill the str...
Historic levels of political passion fill the streets of Edinburgh during the referendum EDINBURGH marked what could be the eve of being crowned capital-designate of the world's newest country with a...
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50 states, 50 desserts
What would America be without dessert? It would be puritanical. It would be boring. It would be healthier, probably. Thankfully for our collective culture, if not our blood-sugar levels, America is a...
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Happiness Tricks For Introverts
If common stereotypes have anything to say on the matter, it's that introverts are socially awkward loners who abhor large crowds and just don't like people very much. An introvert may not be a...
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Kane County Chronicle
Best new spy books to read from Watergate: The Hi...
Neither, for that matter, does eccentricity, which is at the heart of Henry Hemming’s Churchill's Iceman: The True Story of Geoffrey Pyke: Genius, Fugitive, Spy (Preface, £20). Pyke is an unregarded...
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Op-Ed: Back to Mono
Partly, it’s a seasonal shift I make each year: The transistor radio sounds right to me in summer. Monaural AM radio reception changes with the weather, the temperature, the time of day, and just as...
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We've all gone Willy Wonkas for retro sweets
Hope says making sweets at home – an alchemic process involving sugar thermometers and cauldron-like pans – can hold the same joy for adults as a child’s trip to a sweet shop once did: the crinkle of...
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Restaurant Critic Goes Time Traveling on Italy’s ...
I’m back in the 1950s when I was a child and my parents used to take me and my brother to London on steam locomotives from our home city of Oxford. I remember the excitement, waiting on the platform...
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The Facebook-ification of everything! Sex, authen...
Some time ago, I met a bright and lively graduate student, who registered with Facebook during the academic year 2003-04, when she was a student at Harvard. Her Facebook ID number was 246. Impressive....
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Bouquets and billets-doux: letters from Proust to...
Lettres à sa voisine
. Edited by Estelle Gaudry and Jean-Yves Tadié Gallimard, 88pp, €14.50 On 27 December 1906, the novelist
moved from 45 rue de Courcelles to 102...
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The Burdens of Talent
Interestingly enough, we can find similar echoes of misunderstandings in the biographies of great men. For example, the poet and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was thought to be retarded by his...
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If Every State Had an Official Dessert, What Woul...
What to eat. What not to eat. What would America be without dessert? It would be puritanical. It would be boring. It would be healthier, probably. Thankfully for our collective culture, if not our...
Read more at Slate
12 Things That Thinged The Thing
The following is a diatribe on list articles. I address this to no one in particular, but simply to the writers of the world. Hello, writers of the world. Nice of you to come. Can everyone hear me?...
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Toy Story 3
Why You Should Make An Effort To Know Your Neighb...
Do you remember those cylindrical, metallic “neuralyzers” that the men in black in Men in Black used to erase people’s short-term memories? I think about those things all the time. Specifically how...
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Men in Black
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One Way To Find Out Whether Someone’s Got Your Ba...
Thomas intended to hike the trail with a companion, a man who was an experienced hiker who had agreed to meet him at Springer Mountain. He waited for several hours at the mountain's parking lot with...
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Writing now leaves no paper trail
Classes began only a week into August instead of the day after Labor Day, the proper time, so the air smells as it would at the hottest time of the year. Because it is. The taste of cookie crumbs in...
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