A fixed Orb and a lead on Team Four sends Sal and the gang on a truly mind-bending manhunt.
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We can all feel like Olympiads with baby goats, flying pigs, and our Neopet saviors.
Strap on your helmets and let's spend this Sunday traveling through time into the world of "The Witch Who Came in from the Cold."
Borders are much on my mind – as well as the question of who’s allowed through them, when, how, and what they get called once they’re on the other side. Writing fantasy – where I can decant my anger into beings of living flame – is what allows me to approach topics I find otherwise paralysing.
One of the great pleasures of writing Whitehall is simply the pleasure of traveling to England in my mind, wandering around smelling pies baking and exploring the deepest reaches of those old kitchens and admiring the pelicans in St. James Park.
This cursed astronomical clock will tell you almost anything, except for the time of day.
It’s high time for a holiday when an unseasonably cold summer leaves spirits suppressed and Catherine in ill health.
A fiery mystery leads the team to Canada where they learn about more than just the contentious fishing industry of Manitoba.
Let me spread to you the good word of Six Flying Dragons, my new obsession-slash-fandom. It's all of the personal drama and spine-shivers of "Wow, this really happened," except that, for me, it opened up realms of compelling history that I'd never heard a whisper about before.
Soviet internet utopias, modern medieval castles, and kitty kleptos make Monday feel a whole lot more like Friday.
In the 1960s, Nikita Khrushchev commissioned the construction of a giant underground bunker near the Czech town of Misov, located southwest of Prague and less than 40 miles from the German border. Some say that the site was such a guarded secret that it is not even known whether nuclear warheads were actually ever placed there, though many have surmised that the bunker was fully operational during the Cold War. So, what's left of the nuclear bunker? Take a look at these great photos!
One of my favorite books is Jane Eyre, and one of my favorite lines in it comes when Jane confronts Rochester, who has been playing merry hob with her emotions: "Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, that I am soulless and heartless?" The answer, of course, is absolutely not.