Some have reservations, but there are few things that aren’t improved by a dollop of salted caramel – and adding it to a squidgy, dark brownie is a no brainer Some of you, I know, have had your fill of
George Orwell is suddenly, understandably en vogue — 1984 spiked on Amazon and then sold out, his scathing 1940 review of Mein Kampf has been dredged up, and reading groups are springing up like toadstools,
Better make some space on your shelves We’ve already taken a look at what novels are hitting bookshelves this month, but 2017 promises to be a huge year for science fiction and fantasy literature as a
Why clutter pasta with sauces and too many add-ins? Sometimes you just want to keep it simple. A little fresh cracked pepper and grated cheese is all it takes to turn basic noodles into a tempting dish.
Scientists have struggled for millennia to understand human consciousness — the awareness of one's existence. Despite advances in neuroscience, we still don't really know where it comes from, and how arises.
In the first in Mind Games, our new series on classic psychology experiments, we show you how to conduct the Stroop test, which looks at how language is processed Welcome to the first in a new series we
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And thankfully, Netflix has some great comedies that you can watch right now to brighten up your day. Whether it is a classic like "Groundhog Day" or an under-the-radar gem like "Sleepwalk with Me," there's
Gengoro Tagame makes gay manga, often involving bestiality, incest, scat, and permanent body modification. But now he is using his art to try to change current mindsets about homosexuality in Japan. Gengoro
My junior year of high school, I signed up to take an entry-level physics class. The class began with an innocent-sounding enough “syllabus day,” in which the professor went through his expectations for
(CNN) — Support continues to pour in for one little girl with a simple Christmas wish. Eight-year-old Sa'fyre Terry of Schenectady, New York, lost her family two years ago in a fire police say was intentionally
Her conversational tone pulls the reader in, so that I felt like a new friend she was explaining her customs to, and not an unwelcome voyeur peeking through a window. Humorous, lighthearted, respectful
It had been more than a decade since “B.T.” had last seen anything. After suffering a traumatic accident as a young woman, doctors diagnosed her with cortical blindness, caused by damage to the visual
By Nancy Hightower “Planetfall” (Roc; paperback, $15), by Emma Newman, is an exceptionally engaging novel that explores the complex relationship between mythology and science. In a kind of pilgrimage,