Cover Art By: Alessandro Gottardo
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For a stutterer, even the simplest communication is fraught with difficulty.
Get your giggles in five lines of rhyme! Enjoy Limerick Laughs describing John Falter’s 1948 illustration from our winner John Eggerton and runners-up.
Today, more than ever, how you make your final exit defines your life.
I’m on a binge this week. I see colored dots even when I’m not playing. At the beginning of each game, I say, “This is the last.”
Talk of rain, wind, clouds—even sunshine—dominates the news today, even though we are insulated from all but the most extreme weather. What’s behind the fascination with forces beyond our control?
How a side trip to a tiny Irish village helped an American couple get reacquainted.
Every decade another prognosticator warns that our best days are behind us. Here’s why such predictions are wrong.
Old Gus would do anything for Margaret Kindy, even buy her a pony. But when Margaret’s father gets a new job in a different state, Margaret loses her beloved pony to a very gruff and abusive farmer–unless Gus can save the day.
The award-winning documentary filmmaker talks about why it’s so important to tell (and retell) our stories.