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04
Feb

Nourishing Minds, Challenging Tastes

The award-winning journal Gastronomica celebrates food and culture with articles, literature, humor, and art selected to challenge and to entertain. Exploring food in all its incarnations, not just the meal on the …

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25
Jan

The Ed Sullivan Show, America’s Hour

People tuned into the Ed Sullivan show to watch Elvis and the Rolling Stones, Maria Callas and the Beatles, but also for his less famous acts—acrobats, plate spinners, prizefighters, a rubber mouse …

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08
Jan

Paul Linde on Crisis and Compassion

As an emergency room psychiatrist at San Francisco General Hospital, Dr. Paul Linde sees suffering, tragedy, and compassion every day. Whether seeking help on their own or brought in against their will, …

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15
Dec

Where Are We In This Picture?

When we watch a film, we experience it with eyes and ears, but also connect with it in a way that awakens our senses of touch, movement, and emotion, says Jennifer M. …

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23
Nov

The Helpful World of Insects

Many people dismiss insects as pests, but without them, as entomologist Gilbert Waldbauer puts it, “life as we know it would be impossible, and human beings would probably become extinct.” Waldbauer was …

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