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PHOTOS: Mumbai Falls In Love All Over Again With Its Forgotten Fountains

by Sushmita Pathak In a narrow lane near Mumbai’s docks, commuters on bicycles weave through the crowd as

This Bar Missed Its Patrons. Its Idea To Reach Them Touched Others Around The World

by Kat Lonsdorf Chances are you miss your favorite bar: The chatter, the live music, or the pour

The Creation Of The Magnificent Makers

by Madeline K. Sofia and Rebecca Ramirez Theanne Griffith has always loved science and literature. But her career has always focused on the science— specifically, neuroscience. She’s now a researcher at the University of California, Davis. But during her maternity leave, she felt a renewed urgency to embrace that other passion for books and writing.  So,

Trove Of Antique Portraits, Including 1 Of Susan B. Anthony, Found In Attic

by Ryan Benk “Oh my God, I think we found the Goonies treasure.”  That’s what David Whitcomb thought

Author Digs Into Family’s ‘Smalltime’ Mob Operation, Finds Family Secrets

by Dave Davies Hollywood portrayals of the American Mafia often focus on major cities, but writer Russell Shorto

For Christmas, My True Love Gave To Me … Hand Sanitizer, Because It’s 2020

by Alina Selyukh On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … hand sanitizer,

Meet Beave, The Internet’s Most Famous Beaver

by James Doubek Leave it to a beaver to find new ways to build dams. That much was

As Burning Man Goes Virtual, Organizers Try To Capture The Communal Aspect

by Elizabeth Blair Burning Man — the dazzling, days-long, annual arts and lovefest drawing 70,000 to the dusty Nevada desert — was cancelled this year. But organizers are trying to capture the quintessential, communal arts experience online. For this year’s theme, Multiverse, teams have created 2D and 3D virtual experiences. The program runs Aug. 30-Sept. 6.