Salon points out that Borders bookstores and places like Tower Records, were some of the most reliable place to grab a weekly – until they went under, too.
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The Second Amendment must go: We ban lawn darts. It’s time to ban guns
We are one nation, forever f*cked by the NRA and an outdated and dangerous read of the Constitution. Let's fix it
Why punk mattered: “Pink Floyd is not rock ‘n’ roll! It’s some bullsh*t!”
Salon speaks to Beat Happening's Calvin Johnson about indie rock, their punk roots and their new compilation
FIFA will pay U.S. women’s soccer champions a quarter of what it pays lo...
Men's teams that are disqualified in the first round make $8 million. Women's World Cup champs make 4 times less
How Lewy Body Dementia Contributes to Depression and Hallucinations
Recent reports reveal that prior to Robin Williams' tragic death, he had diffuse Lewy Body dementia. Learn more about how it effects cogniti
Generation X gets really old: How do slackers have a midlife crisis?
Gutted by the economy, shipwrecked by nostalgia, Gen X stares down a midlife crisis. Winona Ryder can't save it
David Foster Wallace’s mind-blowing creative nonfiction syllabus: “This ...
EXCLUSIVE: Another from the DFW archive -- you'll love his literary email address and the super-smart reading list
A Place for Mom Boosts Leads From Mobile Calls 59% With Mobile Call Exte...
To help elders and their families more easily find senior care and living options, A Place for Mom bolstered its mobile strategy with mobile
Google and APFM to Share Insights at AgeTech 2014 Conference
A Place for Mom and Google pair up to talk at the 2014 AgeTech West Technology Conference and Expo in Seattle. Learn more.
The Forecast of Alzheimer's By State - Alzheimers.net
Cases of Alzheimer's disease are increasing at a startling rate, see the progression by state from 2010, 2014, 2025 and 2050.
Bill and Melinda Gates donate $1 million to gun control campaign
Washington state venture capitalists spearhead the effort for stricter background checks
Is this the strangest New York Times book review ever?
The NYTBR's provocative cover art takes on the gender divide. Inside, books by men and a crazy essay on John Wayne