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Your favorite cultural institution might cost a pretty penny to get into, but having a New York City library card can now help you get in for free. more
It’s doubtful anyone enjoys a late-afternoon dousing of pepper spray. more
That salivation-triggering smell of slabs of sizzling beef wafted through the air on the last day of July as summer’s fleeting grilling season marched irreversibly toward fall. more
They gathered amidst the pungent aroma of Buffalo sauce, sipping pints of ale and rallying support for an insurgent challenger in a race for control of a close-to-home House district in November’s midterm elections. more
Some drawings move across the page as a dancer would across a stage. more
The Englishman W. M. Flinders Petrie, a noted Egyptologist, devised a numbering system for all the stones at Stonehenge. more
For some New Yorkers, water knowledge can sometimes be a mystery. more
The history of photography is largely an encyclopedia of the male gaze. more
As a 20-year-old combat engineer, Jay Moss saw death, destruction, and the horrors of war. But he ’s turned those memories of the battlefield into art. more
Yechiel Kamioner’s life changed forever in 1939. He was 19 when German soldiers bombed his Wielun, Poland, home. more
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