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Spring break in South Texas, back in the '80s and '90s - Houston Chronicle

Image 1of/40<p>Caption<p>Close<p>Every year students across the country spend the week leading up to spring break by pulling all-nighters, cramming for …

‘I’m One of the Others Now’: What Life Was Like for a Family in East Germany

<i>Maxim Leo | Pushkin Press | April 2014 | 17 minutes (4,200 words)</i><p><i>For our Longreads Member Pick, we’re excited to share the first chapters from the</i> …

How Patty Hearst Went From Kidnapping Victim to Armed Guerrilla

On February 4, 1974, Patty Hearst was kidnapped from her Berkeley, CA apartment by members of an urban guerrilla group called the Symbionese …

What Really Happened to Baby Johan? – Matter – Medium

The father, mother, police, doctors, and hospital records all tell different stories about that night. Does anyone know the truth?<p><b>By Elizabeth</i> …

Queen Victoria’s Cramps and the History of Medicinal Marijuana in Europe

Documents espousing marijuana’s medical benefits first appeared in 2900 B.C. in China, but medicinal cannabis in Europe is indebted to one …

Cannabis

How the Descendants of the Marquis de Sade Became Champions of His Once Taboo Legacy

The lurid works of Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade, who lived from 1740 to 1814 and died in a mental asylum, were banned in France until …

Literature

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Smithsonian

Holocaust Survivors Share Memories of Auschwitz 70 Years Later

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Auschwitz

Trapped In His Body For 12 Years, A Man Breaks Free

<i>What would you do if you were locked in your body, your brain intact but with no way to communicate? How do you survive emotionally when you are invisible to everyone you know and love?</i><p><i>That's the first question asked by NPR's new program on human behavior,</i> Invisibilia.<p><i>The first show tells the story</i> …

Mind

January 2015

Diversity

The Year That Cars Took the Roads Away from Pedestrians

In a new essay for Collectors Weekly, Hunter Oatman-Stanford and Peter Norton, author of <i>Fighting Traffic</i>, examine the history of the automobile in …

Reshaping the horse through millennia

Whole genome sequencing of modern and ancient horses unveils the genes that have been selected by humans in the process of domestication through the …

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Richard Davison: Dressage is in safe hands [H&H VIP]

There’s nothing I can add about the <b>pure magic of Charlotte and Valegro</b> (pictured) that hasn’t already been said, especially as I couldn’t watch …

Dressage