Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Daily Scholar

On Science Wednesdays

Josie Glausiusz explores the new, the odd, and the wonderful.

Feeling Hormonal

When mongoose dad helps care for junior

Josie Glausiusz

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Next Line, Please Tuesdays

This Week’s Haiku, Next Week’s Tanka

David Lehman

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Writing Lessons Mondays

Drawing to an Inside Straight

Robert Hahn

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Epiphanies Fridays

Surf City

The music of the waves

Brian Doyle

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Psycho Babble Thursdays

All Eyes on the Eyes

On the many powers of visual contact

Jessica Love

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Priscilla Long

The Complete Science Frictions

A blog about Science.

Current Issue

Cover Story

The Fear Factor

Long-held predictions of economic chaos as baby boomers grow old are based on formulas that are just plain wrong

Lincoln Caplan

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Book Reviews

Dangerous Liaison

A CIA officer’s many faces

Steven Simon

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On Visitors

When the Bachelor Girl and the Red Death come calling, are they mirrors for our eccentricities?

Ann Beattie

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Book Reviews

We, Not Me

A writer feels our pain

Gary Greenberg

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Book Essay

The Autobiography of Biography

In which I tell how I was drawn again and again to the lives of African-American figures, and found in them the story of our times

David Levering Lewis

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