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Artist giving out ‘free clean money’ on silver platter in The Hamptons
“That exhibit will be bankrupt in an hour — by unemployed folks from New York City," predicted one local.
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Why hundreds of people vanish into the American wilderness
In April 2017, Jacob Gray rode his bicycle during a rainstorm into Washington state’s Olympic National Park and vanished. The 22-year-old’s bike and camping gear were discovered near the Sol Duc River, but otherwise there was no trace of him. Several months of search-and-rescue missions uncovered nothing. The mystery caught the attention of journalist Jon...
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How to get kids reading during a pandemic summer
It was a challenging spring quarter for millions of New York City students (and their parents), and this summer is shaping up to be chaotic, with many day camps closed, youth programs shuttered and other programs on hold. The Summer Slide — the loss of education that can occur during the summer months — is...
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Millions of Americans believe they are allergic to modern life
Brian Welsh was a respiratory therapist living in Muskegon, Michigan, when, in the space of a few years, his life began to fall apart. It started when he developed an allergic reaction to certain foods. Soon it seemed like everything around him caused him pain and nausea: perfumes, paint, cellphone radiation. By 2014, his wife...
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Pubs reopen in England after four-month shutdown
It was bottoms up live on the BBC Saturday morning when an eager patron pounded down a Jägerbomb at a London bar to celebrate pubs and restaurants re-opening all across England for the first time in four months. It’s officially called “Super Saturday” and thirsty Brits lined up even before pubs threw open their doors...
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