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Love Castle

This odd museum/art gallery embraces the physiological, zoological, and ethnographic side of sex.<p>It’s not easy to define what Love Castle is. It’s …

Hollywood’s Summer From Hell

Hollywood’s cold, wet American summer is pretty much over already.<p>Domestic box office revenue for the season is trailing last year by 11 percent and …

What is turbulence? It’s scary, but no cause for alarm.

Patrick Smith compiled a list of the five things that worry him the most when flying. Bird strikes and cargo fires made the cut; turbulence did not.<p>“Most of us in the cockpit are thinking, ‘This is really annoying,’ and not, ‘I hope the wings don’t rip off,’” said Smith, a veteran commercial air …

Lena Dunham Is Caught-Up In An Ugly Feud With A No-Kill Animal Shelter She Adopted A Dog From

The saga of Lena Dunham and her beloved dog Lamby has taken some awkward turns in the past few months. Once a fixture of Dunham’s social posts and media appearances, even appearing in a Vanity Fair photo shoot with the <i>Girls</i> creator, the dog had disappeared from view and seemingly replaced by a pair …

Yale University Unveils 170,000 Fascinating Photos Documenting the Great Depression and WWII

During the mid-1930s, in the thick of the Great Depression, the New Deal administration sent photographers like Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Arthur Rothstein to document all walks of American life across the country. Under the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, those …

First wild grey wolf pack in nearly a century sighted in California

California’s first grey wolf pack since wild wolves disappeared from the state nearly a century ago has been spotted in the woods in the northern part of the state, wildlife officials said on Thursday.<p>Wolves in eastern Oregon are returning home – and it's started a culture war<p>Read more<p>The pack …

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