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As in the local tradition, not the kitchen appliance.
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The new show may possibly be the fastest-paced Broadway musical ever.
Despite what some cartoons and amusement park rides may have led you to believe, pirates were generally not a charming lot.
Images from the United States Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information show what life was like during the Depression.
The weirdest news stories of hte week.
Harry Truman decided to take advantage of an exciting new medium back in October 1947.
The London Design Festival brought creativity to crossing the street.
It looks like a normal office, but it's outfitted with hidden sensors.
Looking like crap isn’t always a bad thing.
The prize was awarded to biochemists Tomas Lindahl, Aziz Sancar, and Paul Modrich for their mechanistic studies of cell repair.
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