What Happened On September 13

They say that to understand where we are going we have to consider where we’ve been. So look back on these historical events to know What Happened On September 13.

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See Michel Gondry’s Captivating Video For White Stripes’ ‘City Lights’

It’s Music Monday here and between allergies, sick kids, and lack of coffee, no one is working too quickly today. So we’re kickin’ back and savoring a look at this one: See Michel Gondry’s Video […]

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‘Where Am I Now?’ Mara Wilson Explains What Happened When Matilda Grew Up

If you don’t remember the Ronald Dahl masterpiece “Matilda” you need to find your inner child and spoil him or her. Then you need to get your hands on a copy of the 1996 film […]

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How Long Did Famous Novels Take To Write?

If you’re a bookworm like me, chances are you gobble through books the same way most people gobble a bag of potato chips. Especially when it’s a good book. Maybe it’s time to consider the […]

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Wear Your Patriotism With Pride

Yesterday was the 15 year anniversary of the 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks. And it seems that since that fateful day in 2001, ‘merica ain’t gettin’ better. Here’s Wear Your Patriotism With Pride. Coffee cheers […]

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Can You Die From Lack of Sleep?

How far past exhaustion can your body go before it has devestating effects? Can You Die From Lack of Sleep? The answer may surprise you.

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I’m not much of a bird person (hello, droppings all around!) but I do appreciate our feathered friends and their place in nature. Especially Herons. In fact, one swooped over our pond this a.m. Learn […]

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Thank You, Utility Workers

There’s nothing like living in the country. It’s beautiful by day and often spooky by night especially when the power gets knocked out and you awaken in the middle of the night to voices, chainsaws, […]

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Practical Ethics

As one with a long history of making terrible choices, I found Peter Singer’s philosophy on decision making quite profound. Perhaps you will too. Here’s Practical Ethics.

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Atlas-Based Ventricular Shape Analysis For Understanding Congenital Heart Disease

For thirty years, pediatric cardiologists have made tremendous advances in treating congenital heart defects. And a new study using MRI can perhaps predict the future for kids with heart issues. Read more here with Atlas-Based […]

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