Times Square Chronicles 07/15/2018
A “baloney artist” on a train, an evil stepmother who curses angrily, a hapless traveling business man: these are just some of the characters that comprise “Tevye Served Raw,” a play depicting original stories by Sholem Aleichem, the man whose work is the basis for “Fiddler on the Roof,”
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Abstinence and marriage fidelity programs costing 1.4 billion have not been effective when it comes to preventing HIV on a global scale, Stanford study says.
June 6, 2016
Worldwide abstinence and fidelity programs funded by the US government at a cost of $1.4 billion have failed to prevent HIV.
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January 3, 2016
Roll aside, Rosie — looks like the Jetsons might have found another super helper.
A new version of the “Jeopardy”-winning supercomputer Watson is here, and this time, he’s going to help you make a tasty — and healthy — dinner.
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April 30, 2016
The British Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has taken an official stance promoting the use of e-cigarettes for current smokers.
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Hollywood & Vine July/August 2011
Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street was once the Mecca of show business. Today, this renowned intersection is often a more colorful and comedic scene than a glamorous one. On a typical evening, one might see a costumed superhero speaking to a homeless pedestrian about the Lakers, while a group of teenagers waltz into the Hollywood and Highland Mall, stepping over Marilyn Monroe’s star on the gloried Walk of Fame in the process.
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Artist: Andy Warhol
January 16, 2015
Moonlight captured Beethoven’s heart, but it could have been his heart’s rhythm that affected his music.
According to a new study, Ludwig van Beethoven’s music could mirror the patterns of the composer’s own irregular heartbeat.
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