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A Taste of History. From Berlin to Baltimore explore old world cuisine in a new world way.

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Speed Through History From The Driver’s Seat. When it comes to cars, every make and model tells a story.

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Learn how to make your home more energy efficient by adding insulation to your attic. Rons tips will help you choose the right materials to get the job done.

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WHY 3 CAREER FAILURES WERE GOOD FOR ME

Lessons learned, plus rules for making a career pivot
There’s a gripping moment in Apollo 13 where Gene Kranz is telling his Houston team that they have to figure out a way to bring the crew back, and he barks "Failure is not an option!"

LEGENDS OF THE PHOTO BOOTH

Candid and spontaneous self-portraits of celebrities ranging from Audrey Hepburn to Elvis Presley.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Cataract Surgery

The advances in cataract surgery in recent decades are an unqualified medical success story, with boomers reaping the benefits and influencing its direction. Whether you are developing cataracts or fear you may in the future, here are 10 things to know about this growing trend that could be useful if you decide to have the…

Ex ‘Health-Food Hustler’ Exposes Dark Side of Industry

It seems like hardly a week goes by without a book landing in my mailbox on the latest weight-loss advice, the newest and (supposedly) best diet, the supplements you need to take, the uber-cleanse guaranteed to detoxify you or the recipes that will change your life. But I’m skeptical. So when I received Jeff Scot…

What I Learned From My Gray Hair Experiment

Last spring, I decided it was time. I would no longer color my hair. I vowed that after my youngest child’s wedding in April, I was going to let it go silver. I’d had auburn hair since childhood and had been touching up the gray for about 15 years. I used to be able to go…

How to Thrive in Today’s Fast-Changing World

Those of us in middle age have felt the pace of our lives speed up as we’ve gotten older. But it wasn’t until I recently recorded my mother during her 94th birthday celebration that I appreciated just how concentrated the pace of change has been for someone in her 10th decade. “Everything changed so fast. But…

Study Shows Youth Isn’t the Key to Making a Mark

A fascinating study in the journal Science, reported in The New York Times, has disproved the popular myth that the greatest achievements in work are made because their initiators are young. No, the researchers say, it’s really all about The Q Factor. In their article, “Quantifying the Evolution of Individual Scientific Impact,” five researchers from Northeastern…

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