Tuesday, November 8, 2016

How to Save Your Election Day Newspaper, A Redwood Forest Grows In Brooklyn, Renaissance Painting Restored 50 Years After Flood and More

 
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How to Save Your Election Day Newspaper
 
How to Save Your Election Day Newspaper
 
 
Legal Dispute Over Maurice Sendak's Epic Book Collection Gets Wild
 
Legal Dispute Over Maurice Sendak’s Epic Book Collection Gets Wild
 
 
Four Times the Results of a Presidential Election Were Contested
 
Four Times the Results of a Presidential Election Were Contested
 
 
Diver Found Possible Inactive 1950 Nuke Off the Coast of British Columbia
 
Diver Found Possible Inactive 1950 Nuke Off the Coast of British Columbia
 
 
Watch a Bombardier Beetle Mace a Praying Mantis
 
Watch a Bombardier Beetle Mace a Praying Mantis
 
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Major Renaissance Painting Restored 50 Years After It Was Covered in Flood Waters
 
Major Renaissance Painting Restored 50 Years After It Was Covered in Flood Waters
 
 
Deep In the Heart of Iceland, There's a New Way To Tap the Earth's Energy
 
Deep In the Heart of Iceland, There's a New Way To Tap the Earth’s Energy
 
 
American TV Watchers Spend Over a Year of Their Life Channel Surfing
 
American TV Watchers Spend Over a Year of Their Life Channel Surfing
 
 
Why Do We Vote on Tuesdays?
 
Why Do We Vote on Tuesdays?
 
 
Explore the Flickering, Forgotten Past of African-Americans in Silent Film
 
Explore the Flickering, Forgotten Past of African-Americans in Silent Film
 
 
A Miniature Living Redwood Forest Springs Up In Brooklyn
 
A Miniature Living Redwood Forest Springs Up In Brooklyn
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1847, Abraham "Bram" Stoker was born in Dublin, Ireland. Though he authored 12 books and worked as a London stage manager, today the writer and critic is best known for his Gothic-inspired 1897 tome, Dracula. In it, Stoker immortalized the aesthetic of the vampire that has influenced culture for more than a century. Find out the location where archaeologists believe Vlad the Impaler—the real-life ruler who influenced Stoker's Count—was likely held captive.
 
 
 
 
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The mountaineers in the Mont Blanc Massif.
 
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