The GOODEST: Our Favorite Things to Learn and Do This Past Week The GOODEST: Our Favorite Things to Learn and Do This Past Week
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Want to Be Original This Halloween? Don't Dress Up as Harley Quinnby Penn Collins
The Internet Is Practically Begging Michelle Obama To Run For Presidentby Eric Pfeiffer
New French Law Makes It Illegal To Email Employees After Work Hoursby Tod Perry
Many Popular Web Sites Including Twitter, Reddit, And Netflix Have Been Taken Offline By Massive Continuing Cyberattacksby Penn Collins
George H.W. Bush’s Letter To President Clinton Is A Masterclass In Humilityby Tod Perry
NASA’s List Of The Best Air-Filtering Houseplantsby Tod Perry
What if Gender Roles in Advertising Were Reversed?by Pete(r) Karinen
Alanis Morissette And James Corden Sing An Updated Version of ‘Ironic’by Tod Perry
J.K. Rowling Closes The Book On Trump With One Magical Tweetby Eric Pfeiffer
The GOODEST: Our Favorite Things to Learn and Do This Past Week
by Meghan Neal
Take the quiz to see how much you know on the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Share with your friends.
Streets of Afghanistan is a groundbreaking exhibition of 40 life-size photographic images that capture the beauty and the soul of this region.
Primary-care physicians were once the foundation of a high-value American health care system. But now, family doctors are becoming an endangered breed.
This week the internet was abuzz with details of newly launched street style website Styleblaster. The site operates using a webcam facing Bedford Avenue, capturing pedestrians in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Too angry, not angry enough—the president is black. He knows it, and so does everyone else. That’s the fact of it. And what that means in terms of his presidency is ultimately his call.
Illustration by Jessica De Jesus