One Half of the World’s First All-Female Space Walking Duo Returns to Solid Ground
During her 205 days on the International Space Station, astronaut Jessica Meir had a little green friend. It wasn’t a Martian, it was mizuna lettuce that she tended as part of an experiment. “There was definitely a psychological component of having something green we could take care of,” she says. “We also got to eat it.” Read More
“People keep apologizing to me,” Tabatha Rosproy says with a nervous laugh. She knows what they mean, but she can’t... Read More
Julie Leff can pinpoint the moment when she knew Roger Brooks was the right person to lead Facing History and... Read More
She not only runs the world greatest library. She also keeps a Little Free Library in her office.
A librarian right down to her sensible shoes, Dr. Carla Hayden greets visitors to her office in the Library of... Read More
The Flikshop founder’s three rules for success
One of the less-remarked-upon consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic is the discontinuation of prison visits. Suddenly, Flikshop Angels, a program... Read More