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He is without a doubt the most famous little monkey in all of fiction. Curious George, known for letting his inquisitiveness get him into trouble and then using his ingenuity to get him out of it, has been entertaining children and their parents since 1941, when the first book of his adventures, simply titled Curious George, by the husband-and-wife team of Margret and H.A. Rey, was published.

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We are more connected than ever yet we very rarely pick up the phone and have a real, human-driven conversation. The more sophisticated technology gets, the more we seem to stop speaking to each other. We’ve seen this happen with the rise of texting throughout the 2000s, and now we’re seeing it at work, as video calls have become the go-to source for all hybrid and virtual work meetings.

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When my editor at Fast Company asked me if I had made 2021 resolutions and kept them, it caused me to do some reflection. As I looked back over the last eleven months and a bit, I felt enormously satisfied with the ways I invested my time, including swimming in my first official 5K race and volunteering as a counselor at a camp for foster kids. And I also felt really good about the progress I’d m

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It can be difficult now to remember what the U.S. economy looked like a year ago. The unemployment rate was 6.7 percent, with 10 million fewer people employed than before the pandemic. Expectations were that it could take years for the labor market to heal. Then, the economy experienced two historic surprises. First, demand for workers came soaring back at a velocity almost never before seen.

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There is much to anticipate, including the emergence of potential new superstars, the women's game breaking new ground and political power-plays to fend off disrupters who want to smash the status quo. Here's what we can expect in 2022, including my predictions for the majors... Apart from his hit and giggle appearance with son Charlie at the PNC Championship in Florida.

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Perhaps the truest glory of dining in Los Angeles is that a street-side taco can equal a white-tablecloth tasting menu in complexity and pleasure. In a season driven by flagrant spending, it’s always a good moment to highlight the most affordable restaurants from our annual 101 Best Restaurants guide.

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There is a grey area between being a little dishonest and actively cheating. Who hasn't failed to draw attention to their presence on a rival's property in Monopoly or snuck a glance at opponents' cards in Cluedo? Even if we never intended to deceive, the little rush of adrenaline from not paying rent or gaining an edge over others feels good.

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One of my favorite walkways in the world spans a beautiful fig in the village of Falealupo on the island of Savai’i, Samoa, formerly Western Samoa. My colleague the ethnobotanist Paul Cox invited me to visit this island in 1994 at a critical juncture in its history. The 16 tribal chiefs were at a crossroads.

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Kuku Sabzi (Persian Greens Frittata) is bursting with the colors and flavors of fresh greens — parsley, cilantro, dill, spinach, scallions and leeks. Mix the eggs with the chopped greens, pour into a hot skillet, top with some walnuts for texture and some omega 3s, pop the pan into the oven and 45 minutes later, yum.

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On a warm day in October, Oliver Stone leads a visitor into the sun room of his house in Brentwood, where he has been re-reading the daily journals he kept during the production of “JFK,” his kaleidoscopic drama about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Thirty years after its release in December of 1991, “JFK’s” influence can still be detected, on everything from Washin

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When Indian food blogger Amar Sirohi posted a video of a momo-paratha on his YouTube channel Foodie Incarnate last week, it garnered over 200,000 views within minutes. But viewers were polarised over the unusual pairing of the popular shallow-fried Indian flatbread with stuffing traditionally used for Nepalese momos.

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Throngs jostled for space on massive plazas. Buzzy, caffeinated drinks passed from hand to hand. Crowds shouted bets as athletes hurled spears and stones. And Cahokians feasted with abandon: burrowing into their ancient waste pits, archaeologists have counted 2,000 deer carcasses from a single, blowout event. The logistics must have been staggering.

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If you’ve had the opportunity to meet Mike Mills, it’s pretty obvious he’s the sort of filmmaker who naturally makes his sets a joyful experience for everyone involved. His latest endeavor, “C’mon C’mon,” appears to have been no exception. At least according to Gaby Hoffmann, who plays a mom trying to raise her young son Jesse (Woody Norman) in Mills’ new drama.

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Fun fact about me: I love, love, love working from home. It is, quite simply, the best. That’s one man’s opinion, though. You might also love it, hate it, or fall somewhere in the middle. Whatever the case, if you find yourself working from home on a regular basis, you absolutely, positively must add these four free apps to your remote-work setup.

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About 20 years ago, working for National Geographic, and with a grant from the National Institute on Aging, I started identifying and studying the longest-lived people, those who are in what we called the world's Blue Zones. These are people who have eluded heart disease, diabetes, dementia, and several types of cancer. 

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There is a soft place in most hearts reserved for doughnuts: the pillowy texture, the crisp jacket of glazing, the sweetness so sweet it almost could put you off doughnuts, but never does, or at least not for long. In bakeries the warm yellow glow of tray upon tray of doughnuts has greeted many a morning customer and lightened many a load.