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For bats and dolphins, hearing gene prestin adapt...
A little over a decade ago, prestin was found to be a key gene responsible for hearing in mammals. Prestin makes a protein found in the hair cells of the inner ear that contracts and expands rapidly...
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Shakespeare’s Other Home
Though they could have afforded much more, the childless Folgers lived in unpretentious rented quarters for most of their lives, and then built a relatively modest house in Glen Cove, Long Island....
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Everything in the garden’s lovely – if only I cou...
The gardens at Osborne House are beautiful — but a full house-and-gardens ticket is needed to see them. THIS columnist likes to visit Osborne House from time to time, if only to see there’s been any...
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Put another nickel in
A Roaring '20s player piano from one of Tamaqua's well-known and popular hotels of the past has been donated to the Tamaqua Historical Society Museum by owners Dave and Judy Keller Johns. The 1920...
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My Town, Camden, Has Something to Say to Silicon ...
When I moved to Camden, New Jersey, I expected to find a city struggling with poverty, unemployment, and crime. I didn’t expect to find a post-industrial landscape littered with technological relics...
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The Jewish Week
Few New Jersey commuters think of Interstate 80 as the conduit to grand adventure. And for those who do contemplate the transcontinental journey on I-80 — its western terminus is San Francisco — the...
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In his first two books, Thomas Brothers explores Louis Armstrong's personal writings (Louis Armstrong: In His Own Words) and the environment and historical forces that shaped Armstrong's early years...
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Happy 74th Birthday, Billboard Charts!
Seventy-four years ago today, Billboard published its first chart ranking the sales of recorded songs. In the July 27, 1940, issue, the maiden 10-position "National List of Best Selling Retail...
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From photography to supercomputers: how we see ou...
Back in 2008, the technologist Ray Kurzweil estimated that the processing power of the human brain was in the region of 20 quadrillion calculations per second and that, as soon as we developed a...
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the World Cup
An electrifying opportunity for Alton -
July 25, 1989 Alton aldermen had taken a preliminary step toward co-sponsoring a hydroelectric plant near the new Lock & Dam No. 26. The council authorized Mayor Ed Voumard Jr. to begin negotiating a...
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Fantastic New Jersey ‘firsts’
A lthough New Jersey is not our “First State” — that honor goes to Delaware — this state we are in has an amazing roster of “firsts.” As we celebrate 350 years, it is a great time to look back on some...
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The way we used to do it
Shawn Borri demonstrates how music was made through the use of an antique 1888 recording
during Saturday’s 37th annual Ol’ Fashun Threshun Days, sponsored by the Bureau Valley Antique Club....
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Tribute to pioneering spirits in Nebraska
Good thing I had pulled off the interstate for gas in central Nebraska, or I would have missed a terrific side trip. “Anything nearby worth seeing?” I asked the cashier. At the midpoint of a road...
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19th century jugs denounced evils of demon rum
Published: Thursday, July 17, 2014, 12:01 a.m. 19th century jugs denounced evils of demon rum The figures on this Anna Pottery vase made in the 1860s give a message about the Civil War, slavery and...
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Brazilian receives birth certificate showing he t...
Is this the oldest person in the world? Brazilian receives birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week (... and his secret may be that he doesn't like taking baths) Jose Aguinelo dos Santos was...
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Musical memories strong thanks to jukebox
Recently, I commented to a group of teenagers about how popular jukeboxes were when I was young. I pointed out that every restaurant where teenagers would congregate and many drug stores with soda...
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Photographs of another India
Take a peek into a fascinating 19 century India with its bejewelled royalty, grand forts, and the common man in the studio at the ongoing Raja Deen Dayal photo exhibition We take photographs so...
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A prairie tribute to pioneering spirits
An original animal from the first stream carousel from the 1880s, which can be seen at Pioneer Village in Minden, Nebraska. Photo for The Washington Post by Robin Soslow Lincoln, Nebraska - Good...
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Peninsula Players taps Agatha Christie appeal
PHOTO: The cast for Peninsula Players Theatre’s production of “And Then There Were None” consists of, from left, Mark Moede, Dale Benson, Sean Grennan, Sean Fortunato (sitting), Tim Monsion, Joel...
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And Then There Were None
Is any form of the old Rex Theatre still around?
When did the old Rex Theatre in Belleville open and when did it close? Is the building still standing? -- C.H., of Belleville For Halloween 1924, Noah Bloomer gave Belleville movie lovers a huge...
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