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15th-Century Ming Dynasty Bowl Discovered at Yard Sale

A small bowl bought for just $35 at a yard sale in Connecticut has turned out to be a rare 15th-Century Chinese artefact. The white porcelain bowl was ...


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Anthony Hopkins on Happiness

Eighty-three-year-old actor Anthony Hopkins won the Oscar for Best Actor at the 2021 Academy Awards. In an interview soon after, he was asked about being ...


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Princeton Artist Unveils Exhibit Honoring Campus Laborers

At Princeton University, an artist has taken it upon himself to honor a group of unsung heroes with an honor usually reserved for top-level donors, former ...


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12-Year-Old Solves Great Botanical Mystery

A vanilla shake is one of life’s simple pleasures, especially on a hot summer’s day. Did you know that vanilla traces its origin all the way ...


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The Amazing Skill of the Lowly Pigeon

There are 290 species of pigeons in the world, but only one has adapted to live in cities. But that one species has an amazing skill—the ability ...


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Delaware Community Rallied Around Lowly ‘Christmas Weed’

Many communities are forced to reckon with good things that somehow slip through the cracks. In Claymont, one of those things ended up as a blessing.

The ...


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Which Leader Would You Follow?

In his book Immeasurable, Skye Jethani writes:

Compare two leaders. Leader A lifted an entire nation in a time of despair. He mobilized his people against ...

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'Insignificant' General Grant Goes Unrecognized

God often hides his greatest gifts in ordinary packages. Perhaps, knowing our heart, he doesn't want us to become enamored with the mode of delivery. ...


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Remote Town Uses Sheep to Generate Google Street View Images

Google StreetView, the virtual tool that allows users to view eye-level images of a location defined on Google Maps, extends to cover many parts of the ...


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Poet Langston Hughes on Broken Dreams

In the 1920s a young African American writer moved into New York City to join what became known as the Harlem Renaissance, an explosion of creativity ...


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