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How Many Americans Want to Be Single? Results of 5 Studies

How many unmarried Americans want to be married? 5 studies suggest answers, but it will take a revolution to know for sure

The Making of the Modern American Recipe

Scientific methods, rising literacy and an increasingly mobile society were key ingredients for a culinary revolution

This record-breaking drone could spark a revolution in American healthcare

A record-breaking drone being tested by Johns Hopkins University could spark a revolution in American healthcare by reaching people in remote areas. Join the conversation about this story »

Why It's Okay For Aussies To Dodge Netflix Geoblocks

Despite the streaming revolution we're still paying more than Americans for content, and getting less in return. Hollywood and the music studios have always treated Australians as second-class citizens to be fleeced and it seems that little has changed with the subscription streaming revolution. Show More Summary

Green Day delivers a terrific night of punk rock and positivity Saturday at the Rose Bowl

Thirty years into its career Green Day still burns with the passion of its youth, delivering a terrific show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena to wrap up its North American tour behind its "Revolution Radio" album.

Why do phone batteries sometimes explode? (video)

(American Chemical Society) Lithium-ion batteries have become a ubiquitous part of the digital revolution, but not without a serious setback. They keep spontaneously exploding, and consumers are getting sick of it. So, what's the underlying...Show More Summary

Before Green Day’s Rose Bowl debut, here are the band’s 25 greatest songs

Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Green Day will perform at the Rose Bowl Stadium for the first time on Saturday, September 16th to close out their "Revolution Radio" summer North American tour. Here are the top 25 of the band's greatest songs.

Redefining American Art Through an Intersectional Lens

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

At the Minnesota Museum of Art, We the People is filled with work that grapples not only with American identity but with an all-out call for revolution. The post Redefining American Art Through an Intersectional Lens appeared first on Hyperallergic.

American Revolution Conference at Fort Ticonderoga, 22-24 Sept.

On 22-24 September, Fort Ticonderoga will host its fourteenth annual Seminar on the American Revolution, focusing on “the military, political, and social history of the American War for Independence.” These seminars attract more than a hundred historians, researchers, reenactors, educators, and others interested in the Revolution. Show More Summary

Insights: Robert Kyncl On “Streampunks”—A Catbird Seat On The YouTube Revolution

If anybody has had a near-perfect view of the transformation of the entertainment business in the age of the Internet, it may be Robert Kyncl (rhymes with “pencil”). Born in communist Czechoslovakia, his first American job was in that most traditional Hollywood starting place, a talent agency mailroom. Show More Summary

Iran's 'city of mullahs' has a surprising side

Before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, this city was pious and sedate. The late Iranian American poet Nader Naderpour once listed as its main features “women with scarves over their heads, men clad in clerical robes, a single golden dome, old storks in the sky, one spiritless garden, a handful of...

Ryan Murphy Tackles Trump’s America in Daring “American Horror Story: Cult”

While a party of liberals weeps openly at the election results of November 8 th, 2016, another young man looks up at his television and says, “The revolution has begun.” He could be talking about a creative revolution for a show that's been stagnant now for a few years. Show More Summary

ISIS' Terrorist Revolution: Sophisticated Drone Operations Pose Grave Threat to American Forces

Dan Goure Security, The mission to counter unmanned aerial systems (CUAS) has taken on a new urgency. One reason it has proven so difficult to defeat terrorist organizations such as ISIS, al Qaeda and the Taliban is that they are free of the burden imposed by a stultifying acquisition bureaucracy. Show More Summary

Last chance to see two highly detailed 18th-century paintings

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Only one month remains to see two 18th-century paintings depicting the last major land battle of the Revolutionary War on display at the Museum of the American Revolution. The paintings, ?Le Siège de Yorktown? (The Siege of Yorktown)...Show More Summary

Germany Bans 'Extremist AntiFa' Website For "Legitimizing Violence Against Cops"

While over 300,000 Americans have signed a petition demanding the US government formally recognize AntiFa a terrorist organization (and some 'cells' calling for "all-out revolution"), the US mainstream media continues to provide cover for the violent leftist organization (as do college professors). Show More Summary



After Charlottesville Chinese Communists Salute America’s ‘Cultural Revolution

According to the Global Times, some Chinese are joking about an American “cultural revolution,” in reference to their own “cultural revolution” where Chairman Mao murdered millions of people. The Global

Remembering Elvis Presley's Contributions to Music and His Culture Revolution

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

"When Elvis exploded, kids were no longer just individual appendages on millions of American families...A tribe was born."

Eldred Dewey Wilson & the Proterozoic ‘Mazatzal Revolution

Study area map of Wilson (1937) In 1937, geologist Eldred Dewey Wilson coined the phrase ‘Mazatzal Revolution’ to describe mountain building along the western edge of the North American craton. While the Mazatzal Revolution occurredShow More Summary

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