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How A 400-Year-Old Religious Text Could Teach Us About Ancient Sheep

Sometimes the most important thing about a historical text isn't the text at all.

Dan Nosowitz
December 22, 2014
Craft Brewery Resurrects 300-Year-Old Persimmon Beer Recipe

Back in the 18th century, it might've been drunk instead of water. Yum.

Dan Nosowitz
December 19, 2014
Maine Grinch Steals Christmas Trees, Is Jerk

Is there a war of Christmas tree growers in Maine?

Dan Nosowitz
December 17, 2014
Why Does ConAgra Own A Trendy L.A. Food Truck?

Could your next bowl of "Don't Lose Your Tempura" from a food truck actually come... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
December 16, 2014
Killing Wolves May Cause More Livestock Deaths

It seems totally counter to common sense, but that's what the survey says.

Dan Nosowitz
December 15, 2014
Miniature Donkey Farmer Makes Us Want To Run Out And Get Some...

"A donkey can make you feel better about the world. Just sit out there with... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
December 12, 2014
In American Southern Literature, The Mule Must Die

What makes a work of southern literature "southern"? Is it mere geography? No, says one... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
December 11, 2014
Can Donkeys Really Commit Suicide?

Are animals intellectually or behaviorally capable of committing what in humans would be considered an... (more)

Dan Nosowitz
December 11, 2014
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