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    How to read a book a week

    In February, I read Belle Beth Cooper’s Fast Company piece "How I became a morning person, read more books, and learned a language in a year," which listed the four steps to assuming a new hobby:...

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    How To Survive The Cascadia Tsunami

    “Thirteen thousand people will die in the Cascadia earthquake and tsunami,” reads Kathryn Schulz’s now-infamous New Yorker article. “Everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast.” Turns out a very similar event occurred in Chile 55 years ago. What wisdom can its survivors share with residents of the Northwest?

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    http://texasmonthly.com/the-culture/how-chip-and-joanna-gaines-renovated-waco

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    Day drinking as we know it is dead, and that death has a lot to do with the rise of craft beer and the cost of that product compared to its lighter peers.

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    Why don't black and white Americans live together?

    In many parts of the US, Americans of different races aren't neighbours - they don't go to the same schools, they don't always have access to the same services.

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    I Used to Be a Human Being

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