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Check out these hacks that completely change the family camping game with minimal effort.

Check out these hacks that completely change the family camping game with minimal effort.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker opens up about his delightful new film ‘The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography,’ the chaotic presidential administration, and more.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker opens up about his delightful new film ‘The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography,’ the chaotic presidential administration, and more.

by Michael Schell  When Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey hit theaters in 1968, it caused quite a stir. Here was a major Hollywood feature film that had no famous actors and very little dialog (indeed none at all during its first and last 25 minutes), a soundtrack built mainly from classical m

by Michael Schell When Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey hit theaters in 1968, it caused quite a stir. Here was a major Hollywood feature film that had no famous actors and very little dialog (indeed none at all during its first and last 25 minutes), a soundtrack built mainly from classical m

A father and daughter drive the Appalachian trail in search of barbecue, a shared sense of what it means to be black in America, and each other

A father and daughter drive the Appalachian trail in search of barbecue, a shared sense of what it means to be black in America, and each other

Insomniac City: Bill Hayes’s Extraordinary Love Letter to New York, Oliver Sacks, and Love Itself – Brain Pickings

Insomniac City: Bill Hayes’s Extraordinary Love Letter to New York, Oliver Sacks, and Love Itself – Brain Pickings

A Rose for Emily - Falling down the S-Town rabbit hole.

A Rose for Emily - Falling down the S-Town rabbit hole.

Climbing a Peak That Stirred Kerouac - The New York Times

Climbing a Peak That Stirred Kerouac - The New York Times

Bill Gates shares five books he hopes you’ll enjoy reading this summer: “Born a Crime” by Trevor Noah, “The Heart” by Maylis de Kerangal, “Hillbilly Elegy” by J.D. Vance, “Homo Deus” by Yuval Noah Harari, and “A Full Life” by Jimmy Carter.

Bill Gates shares five books he hopes you’ll enjoy reading this summer: “Born a Crime” by Trevor Noah, “The Heart” by Maylis de Kerangal, “Hillbilly Elegy” by J.D. Vance, “Homo Deus” by Yuval Noah Harari, and “A Full Life” by Jimmy Carter.