Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Unknown Raphael Paintings Discovered in the Vatican, The First All-Women North Pole Expedition, The Timelessness of Millennial-Bashing and More

 
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Unknown Raphael Paintings Discovered in the Vatican
 
Unknown Raphael Paintings Discovered in the Vatican
 
 
John Quincy Adams Kept a Diary and Didn't Skimp on the Details
 
John Quincy Adams Kept a Diary and Didn’t Skimp on the Details
 
 
Studying Ant "Noses" Could Lead to Better Bug Repellents
 
Studying Ant "Noses" Could Lead to Better Bug Repellents
 
 
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The Timelessness of Millennial-Bashing
 
The Timelessness of Millennial-Bashing
 
 
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How Fear of Humans Can Ripple Through Food Webs and Reshape Landscapes
 
How Fear of Humans Can Ripple Through Food Webs and Reshape Landscapes
 
 
Vatican Vetoes Gluten-Free Communion Wafers
 
Vatican Vetoes Gluten-Free Communion Wafers
 
 
Watch How (Slowly) News of the Declaration of Independence Spread in Real Time
 
Watch How (Slowly) News of the Declaration of Independence Spread in Real Time
 
 
The Amazing Story of the First All-Women North Pole Expedition
 
The Amazing Story of the First All-Women North Pole Expedition
 
 
The Bowdlers Wanted to Clean Up Shakespeare, Not Become a Byword for Censorship
 
The Bowdlers Wanted to Clean Up Shakespeare, Not Become a Byword for Censorship
 
 
This Island Can Only Be Visited by Men
 
This Island Can Only Be Visited by Men
 
 
Strong Plant Defenses Made These Hungry Caterpillars Eat Each Other
 
Strong Plant Defenses Made These Hungry Caterpillars Eat Each Other
 
 
Online Map Charts Massacres of Indigenous Australians
 
Online Map Charts Massacres of Indigenous Australians
 
 
Cache of Roman Messages Found Near Hadrian's Wall
 
Cache of Roman Messages Found Near Hadrian's Wall
 
 
New Jersey Museum Discovers Stash of Madeira from 1796
 
New Jersey Museum Discovers Stash of Madeira from 1796
 
 
Vatican Vetoes Gluten-Free Communion Wafers
 
Vatican Vetoes Gluten-Free Communion Wafers
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1960, Harper Lee published To Kill a Mockingbird. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novel captured the nostalgia of small-town life and grappled with race in the United States. Mockingbird wasn't the only work that Lee published that year. Read her unsigned profile of In Cold Blood detective Al Dewey, which was published just months before the book's debut.
 
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I listen to the sounds that surround me. I do not hear voices, the mist surrounds me, I just feel.
 
"Behind the Wall of Sleep" Photo by Rosita Delfino
 
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