Ethan Petersen

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All-Natural Homemade Weed Killers That Really Work

Learn how to kill those pesky weeds with natural ingredients you already have on hand.<p>Homemade Weed Killer<p>Try this make-at-home weed killer: a gallon …

Found in South Philadelphia, an Underground Railroad station

<i>This story originally posted on PlanPhilly.</i><p>—<p>From the outside, 625 South Delhi Street looks like an average Philadelphia rowhouse.<p>But in the 1850s, it …

Why You Should Spend a Whole Day in Copenhagen on One Street

There's a lot to see in Copenhagen. But if you're looking for where the locals are, try this street.<p>Follow the bikes northwest of the city center, past the botanical garden and over the lakes where ducks feed and couples amble, and you'll find Copenhagen's hippest neighborhood. The once-gritty …

The Exposure Triangle Explained in 3 Animated Videos

The exposure triangle forms the basis of creating a good exposure. Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO speed are the three different factors that …

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The case for taking down Confederate monuments

Recent controversies over the removal of public Confederate monuments in New Orleans and Charlottesville, Virginia have rekindled debate over how we should deal with the historic legacy of the Confederacy. I agree with conservative columnist Jeff Jacoby, libertarian Ronald Bailey, and others who …

Joel Embiid: 'I'm The Process'

On the 40th floor of a luxury apartment building in downtown Philadelphia, Joel Embiid sits on the edge of his bed and prays for health. He used to …

The unexpected answer to the biggest mystery of the American Revolution

In the grade-school version of American history, the Revolutionary War seems like a righteous inevitability. The typical narrative conflates taxes with tyranny, casting the rebellion as a break from British greed and oppression. “King George III didn’t seem to care what the colonists thought,” one …

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