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"In fishing and in science we flirt with the elusive. We stare at the water, and sometimes we see a fish stir underneath the surface or even jump, betraying its presence."

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"A famous spy for the Soviets had died in a KGB nursing home in Moscow. His name was Morris Cohen, eighty-four years old, born in the Bronx. I knew that Americans had spied for the Russians, but how many had actually got on a plane and defected to the workers’ paradise?"

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That's right, it's World ‪#‎HandHygiene‬ Day! Here are some simple solutions to integrate into our daily lives to keep ourselves and others germ-free.

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"Here in the City of Violins, keeping company with the most celebrated names in the violin world—all of them Italian men—was a living American female violinmaker, a woman who had taught herself acoustics by carving violins."

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From cat skeletons to 100-year-old Red Sox trinkets, these artifacts tell a fascinating history of Boston.

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Presidential primary season is a chance for states to stake out an identity particular to their place and their politics. Two hundred years ago, they used bank notes as their calling cards.

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"They were not just a band that played songs, sold records, and gave concerts, but a band of sorcerers, conjurers of a rare and different tune, music with a heartbeat and breath..."

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"If I can sell gay marriage, I think I can sell a book."

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"It was critical to me that this project provide a platform for voices that, even within transgender spaces, are often left out of the conversation."

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"At a time when much of the developed world has decriminalized sex work...the U.S. appears to be lurching in the opposite direction toward harsher criminal and civil penalties for sex workers."
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