A Requiem for Saturday Morning Cartoons. With home video and 24-hour cartoon channels, the sacred tradition died a long, slow death.
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The Forgotten Story Of Classic Hollywood’s First Asian-American Star. Anna Mae Wong became the most famous of the very few Chinese actors of the 1920s and ‘30s, navigating an industry that woefully underutilized her talent.
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What if we had no moon? What would happen to moonlight strolls, tides, and periodic lunacy?
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The real, shocking story of witch hunts. An excerpt from The Penguin Book of Witches contains a 1608 screed on the sinfulness of witchcraft.
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The Lady’s Not a Tramp: History's Greatest Courtesans.
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Aretha Franklin did a cover version of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep,” and it’s …perfect. A preview of her new album Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics.
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California has Become the First State To Ban Single-Use Plastic Bags. Well, only in grocery stores with some exceptions, beginning in another year.
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24 Incredible Images You Won't Believe Were Found On Google Street View. Or maybe you will; take enough pictures, and some are bound to be good.
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10 innovative furniture designs that brilliantly save you space. Just unfold as needed, but put it away when you’re done.