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The amount of Superbowl babes seen each year continues to explode. If you don’t think so, just go to any football game and you will see hundreds of hot sportsbook babes and football babes throughout the bleachers. They wear their favorite players jersey and paint logos and words all over their body and face. You can spot Superbowl babes all the way back to the first Superbowl in 1967. The game was held in Los Angeles, California and the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. Superbowl babes will be around for many years to come and we all can’t wait to see them in their scantily and colorful uniforms cheering for their favorite team!
Malcolm X was music in motion. He was jazz in motion, and, of course, jazz is improvisation, swing and the blues. Malcolm had all three of those things. He could be lyrical and funny and, in the next moment, he’d shift and be serious and push you against the wall. The way he spoke had a swing to it, had a rhythm to it. It was a call and response with the audience that you get with jazz musicians. And he was the blues. Blues is associated with catastrophe. From the very beginning, from slavery to Jim Crow, that sense of catastrophe, of urgency, of needing to get it out, to cry out, to shout, somehow allowed that fire inside of his bones to be pressed with power and with vision. He never lost that.
— The button bearing an image of Malcolm X—created after his death as an act of commemoration—is in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, a talisman of his loss.
The naked mole-rat is a wonderfully unique anomaly in the natural world. Its enormous front teeth and pale, saggy skin distinguish it as one of the most ugly-cute animals known to science, but its looks aren’t even the weirdest thing about it.
—These rodents are also famous for their extreme longevity and resistance to cancer, traits that scientists hope could inform treatment plans in humans. Though they are about the same size as mice, naked mole-rats can reach the age of 30, about ten times as long as other rodents that size. The question is: what is the secret to the naked mole-rat’s impressive durability?
To the south of the modern city of Tel Aviv is the old Arab port of Jaffa. Among its steep and narrow roads is one of the culinary institutions of the Middle East, Abu Hassan. It’s not much to look at: a rather tatty corner building with a seven-table restaurant on one side and a take-away hatch on the other. And the menu is the opposite of expansive. For nearly 50 years Abu Hassan has served only one dish, with or without a topping of bean purée: hummus.
John Mackey, the co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Whole Foods Market, is making for the produce section of his 80,000-square-foot flagship store in Austin, Texas. He walks with a slight limp, the result of osteoarthritis in his hip after years of jogging and basketball, so it’s easy for customers to recognize him and chat him up.
One, clutching a ground beef and veggie taco lunch, tells him he’s been shopping at Whole Foods for three decades. “You don’t look old enough to have eaten here for 30 years,” says Mackey. He stops by an elderly woman picking through a container of pink lady apples. “These are not organic, but I happen to know for a fact the grower does incredible things in the way they take care of the soil,” he tells her. Other customers turn to each other and whisper as Mackey passes. The fishmongers and meat cutters behind the counter call out his name.
Many of the geological features on the surface of this planet has been shaped by ancient glaciers. These gigantic sheets of ice of immense weight moving across the earth have carved gorges, grinded rocks into fine gravel, raised sea level and left boulders at unexpected places when they melted away. But it’s another thing to hear a geologist say “the sand in this desert was created by glaciers” or “this gorge was carved by glaciers” and quite another to actually see scratches and grooves on the bedrock left behind by glaciers as it dragged over the surface. These abrasions are called Glacial Grooves and the most outstanding example of this feature can be found at Kelleys Island, in Ohio, in the United States.
Glacial grooves, also called glacial striations, were first recognized as the result of a moving glacier in the late 1700s by Swiss alpinists. They were also one of the first to realise that if they were visible today, then the glaciers must also be receding.
In the Middle Ages, the nation that was to give the world the full English widely skipped breakfast. Yet, by 1600, a culinary non-entity had become a key part of our daily routine. Why the change? Ian Mortimer investigates.
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One hundred years ago, in the summer of 1914, a series of events set off an unprecedented global conflict that ultimately claimed the lives of more than 16 million people, dramatically redrew the maps of Europe, and set the stage for the 20th Century.