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Weekend Rec: Bill McKibben's Captivating Debut, Radio Free Vermont

Bill McKibben's raucous debut novel, Radio Free Vermont, is a perfect weekend read – short and funny. As Vern would say, “Remember: small is kind of nice.”


Here Are Some of the Best Questions to Ask to Connect with Strangers

Sakyong Mipham, author of The Lost Art of Good Conversation, shares a few questions that are perfect for starting conversations with strangers.


Werewolf Be Damned: The True Story of the American Wolf

In his new book, American Wolf, Nate Blakeslee offers much-needed insight into a much-misunderstood creature that has a long history in the U.S.


Poetry Is Dreaming: Mary Oliver’s ‘Five A.M. in the Pinewoods,’ Illustrated

An illustrated look at the beauty of 'Five A.M in the Pinewoods,' a poem by Pulitzer Prize winner Mary Oliver, found in her latest collection, Devotions.


Chasing the Sun: 7 Quotes About Summer to Keep the Season Alive

We're as reluctant as you to let go of summertime. With that, we present these seven quotes about summer by writers who said it better than we ever could.


Is the Pacific Northwest Really Destined for a Megathrust Earthquake?

Henry Fountain delves into how the biggest earthquake in North America impacted Alaska and how likely it is the Pacific Northwest will be hit hard next.