The Strange Case of Buddy Holly’s Final Pair of Glasses
Sheriff Jerry Allen of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, was combing through a storage vault in a courthouse basement on February 29, 1980 when he came across an envelope. It was from the coroner’s office and read, “Charles Hardin Holley, rec’d April 7, 1959.” Allen opened it and found a pair of black-framed angular eyeglasses, the lenses scratched.
Ultralight backpacking hacks no one tells you about
You pack it, you carry it.
Growing Up Surrounded by Books Could Have Powerful, Lasting Effect on the Mind
A new study suggests that exposure to large home libraries may have a long-term impact on proficiency in three key areas
On the other hand – Is Reading a Waste of Time
You Need to Practice Being Your Future Self
Being busy is not the same as being productive. It’s the difference between running on a treadmill and running to a destination. They’re both running, but being busy is running in place.
Dead on Arrival
At the opening of the 1950 classic film noir, D.O.A., Edmund O’Brien strides purposefully into a big-city police station, proceeds down long, endless corridors, and finally arrives at a door marked Homicide Division. “I want to report a murder,” he says to the head detective. “Who was murdered?” asks the cop. “I was,” replies O’Brien.
WHO Chief Now Says He Believes COVID Did Leak From Wuhan Lab After an Accident in 2019
Was there ever any doubt?
Is the Green Energy Climate Cabal Crumbling?
As President Joe Biden waxes poetic about the amazing “transition” his energy policies will affect, the green fervor in Europe is flailing.