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Oh, hey! Special for you this Friday: From Scientific American...When University of Washington scientists fed coffee and tobacco extracts to fruit flies, they found that their dopamine cells (which keep you from getting Parkinson's) survived and their little fly life spans increased. What do ... More >>
You know when you see something on the internet, and you start clicking around, as if to look for fishing line or wires or traps, as you ask yourself, Is this a joke?
Anytime you have to explain to your national television audience a), what the iPhone app Shazam does, b) the out-of-state origins of the University of Washington's KEXP, c) who the band Neon Indian are, d), why it might be fitting that they have a song called "Terminally Chill" and e), repeatedly ... More >>
Don't eat him! You might remember the interview published here with journalist Charles Clover about his new documentary, End of the Line. Part of that movie reports on a study by a group of scientists led by Boris Worm at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. Using world catch data, they ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJuly 5, 1962, Vol. VII, No. 37Interview with a StripperBy John WilcockWhile working on a magazine piece recently I encountered Libby Jones, a statuesque blonde with a college degree (B.A. in English lit., University of Washington) who makes a liv ... More >>
Pratt students invent the next New Yorkfor real.
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Kendra Shank Deserves Some Prime Time
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