Arnold Hano, Author of a Bleachers' View Baseball Classic, Dies at 99
"A Day in the Bleachers" recalled what he saw, heard and felt at the Polo Grounds during a 1954 World Series game in which Willie Mays made "the Catch."
The Well-Read Black Girl Festival, Folk Art, and a Nerdy Burlesque Class: Things to Do in DC, October 25-27
We've got a folk art exhibition, a keynote from Gabrielle Union, and a mixer for dog owners.
Here's what you should check out this week:
DC Conservation Group Will Omit Racist "Audubon" From Its Name
Leading environmental organization Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) will change its name, citing the racist reputation of 19th-century naturalist John James Audubon.
'It still gives me nightmares': the firefighters on the frontline as the world burns
Babis Zacharis Hellenic fire service volunteer, Athens
In Greece, fires take up a lot of resources.
Turning over a new leaf: the humble hedge stages a remarkable comeback
The emerald-green five-year-old hawthorn hedge glistens in autumnal sunshine. In the cider apple orchard and grass pastures below, younger hedges shoot off towards a fast-flowing trout stream.
State officials commit to 'long-awaited' Mystic River bridge from Somerville to Everett
"One way or another it's going to get paid for, and it's going to get done."
They're gonna do it.
Healdsburg Cut its Water Use in Half. What's in the City's Secret, Water-Saving Sauce? | KQED
Diniakos and Joyce live in Healdsburg, in Sonoma County. These signs are everywhere around town, the city gave them to residents who participated in its water saving program.
'The Morning Show' recap, Season 2, Ep. 6: Alex is gone, and so is Bradley's privacy
Greta Lee and Holland Taylor in "The Morning Show."
Jane Goodall Still Has Hope for Humans
The 87-year-old conservationist, best known for her work with chimpanzees, has written a hopeful survival guide for Homo sapiens.
With Splendor and Saints, Hispanic Society Shows Its Treasures
This gem of a museum in Upper Manhattan has reopened with an operatic eye-filler of religious sculptures we're just learning to appreciate.