Jane Goodall arrived in Tanganyika in 1960 with no training but a lot of enthusiasm for studying chimpanzees. Fifty years later, National Geographic has an extensive retrospective of Goodall's life and work, as well as digitized archives of all the articles they've done on her since 1960.
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You don't have to speak the language to enjoy this Norwegian cooking show. Apparently, gravity works differently that close to the Arctic Circle.
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Online Dating: 10 Psychological Insights. The condensed version is that online matchups aren't as weird or as fake as you may been led to believe.
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StoryCorps interviewed retired NYC firefighter John Vigiano about his two sons, one a policeman, the other a firefighter, who both died on September 11, 2001. Get your hankies ready. (via mental_floss' newsletter)
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The Letters of Dracula. Now that he's got proper stationery, there are complaints to send! (via Breakfast Links)
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The cameras were rolling as Dr. Richard J. Bing turned 100 last year. He's sharp as a tack as he looks back at his amazing life, career, and family.
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Talk Like A Pirate Day is Sunday! Is your home ready for the festivities?