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6 Bits of Gardening Advice That Are Really Myths
Sometimes gardening folklore is silly—but harmless. Sometimes, the misconceptions can do more harm than good. With that in mind, here are three more gardening myths that also need to go bye-bye. Our clay soil is bad for gardening. Yes, it's harder to ...

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Triumph of Fortitude
The Statesman
In myth and folklore, caves are both enticing and forbidding, often invoked as the gateway into another world; children straying into jeopardy is another recurrent theme. Yet what made this story so powerful and absorbing was seeing humanity at its ...

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How Enslaved Chefs Helped Shape American Cuisine
My presentation covered 300 years of American history that started with the forced enslavement of millions of Africans, and which still echoes in our culture today, from the myth of the “happy servant” (think Aunt Jemima on the syrup bottle) to the ...


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