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Tourist booed, detained after climbing stairs at protected Mayan monument El Castillo in Mexico – ABC7 Los Angeles

In Mexico, a dumb tourist stunt prompted a very angry reaction.People can be heard shouting “idiot” and other insults in Spanish as they doused the tourist in water. Source: Tourist booed, detained after climbing stairs at protected Mayan monument El Castillo in Mexico – ABC7 Los Angeles

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True Storytelling in Science – FREE WEBINAR – Capital Storytelling

Science is full of compelling stories. However, we often don’t hear them in the scientific community, despite the fact that they are what engage audiences, compel listeners, and foster creativity among thinkers. Come learn about storytelling in science—the why and how—in a free 1-hour webinar.The webinar will be led by…

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Pemulwuy: The Aboriginal Guerrilla Warrior who almost broke the British

Pemulwuy was a member of the Bidgigal Clan, of the Eora nation that inhabit the Sydney Basin on the East Coast of Australia. When Arthur Phillip arrived in Kamay (Botany Bay) with the First Fleet in 1788, to establish a convict settlement, tensions soon arose between the British and the…

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The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Eartha Kitt

Eartha Kitt is well known for her iconic roles as Yzma and Catwoman, or her songs like Santa Baby, but less people know much about the incredible life she led behind the scenes. Come learn with me about her rise to stardom from a childhood of abandonment, to the White…

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The Baby Formula Shortage and the Rise of Rational Disaster Preppers

Disaster preparedness doesn’t need to be right-wing and individualistic. It does, however, need to be paired with policy. Legitimate responses to such hardship can feel hopelessly limited—become a survivalist or sit around waiting for the next disaster to befall you. But while doomsday “preppers” get all the attention, preparedness is…

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A former Native American boarding school reckons with its dark past

PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION, S.D. – Inching forward on her knees, Marsha Small scraped away at the earthen floor in search of a bone, a tooth, any human fragment at all. This grim task consumed Small and her team of archeologists for five days in mid-October. They were hunting for…

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