A DIY Guide to Making Miniature Book Replicas

A DIY Guide to Making Miniature Book Replicas

Here is something true about me: I forget things a lot. All the time, really. Maybe it’s an ADHD thing. I forget to text people back; I forget what stories I’ve told. I forget my friends’ birthdays — sorry, friends! I love you! I forget what season of the TV show I’m on and whether … Read more

Each Zodiac Sign’s Weekly Horoscope For August 1 – 7, 2022

Each Zodiac Sign’s Weekly Horoscope For August 1 – 7, 2022

Welcome to your weekly horoscope reading, and let’s hope for a good one for all signs of the Zodiac. We stand to reap the rewards of our efforts this week, so hopefully, those efforts will be made intelligently. This week seems to touch on money and employment several times over. The transits work for us … Read more

The 22-ton Chinese rocket is falling back to Earth. Where will it land?

The 22-ton Chinese rocket is falling back to Earth.  Where will it land?

When you’re asked, “What’s up?” this weekend, here’s your answer: the Long March 5B, a roughly 44,000-pound rocket body that’s spiraling toward Earth. But scientists are unsure when and where this debris — from China’s launch this past Sunday of its Wentian space-station module — will land. The Aerospace Corporation did release its latest predicted … Read more

Why drug stores lock up their products behind plastic cases

Why drug stores lock up their products behind plastic cases

Most of the products on the drug store shelf are behind lock and key, even everyday items such as deodorant, toothpaste, candy, dish detergent, soap and aluminum foil. Manufacturers that supply lock cases and devices to chain stores have seen their businesses boom. Locking up their shelves is a last resort for stores, but it … Read more

Bestselling books for the week that ended July 24 | books

Bestselling books for the week that ended July 24 |  books

Here are the bestselling books from Publishers Weekly for the week that ended July 23. 1. “Portrait of an Unknown Woman” • Daniel Silva 2. “The 6:20 Man” • David Baldacci 3. “Shattered” • Patterson/Born 4. “The Hotel Nantucket” • Elin Hilderbrand 5. “The It Girl” • Ruth Ware 6. “Sparring Partners” • John Grisham … Read more

Mysteries of some atmospheric halos remain unexplained after 5,000 years

Mysteries of some atmospheric halos remain unexplained after 5,000 years

For the first time in almost 5,000 years of observations, researchers have fully cataloged optical illusions created in the sky as light shines through ice crystals known as atmospheric halos. The atmospheric halo ‘inventory’ details frequently seen atmospheric optical illusions from known sources as well as shedding light on rarer halos, including ones with origins … Read more

How JetBlue’s takeover of Spirit could change air travel

How JetBlue’s takeover of Spirit could change air travel

Passengers wait in line at the Spirit Airlines check-in counter at Orlando International Airport. Paul Hennessy | LightRocket | Getty Images Spirit Airlines relented this week and agreed to sell itself to JetBlue Airways for $3.8 billion, hours after breaking off a merger agreement with Frontier Airlines that failed to win enough shareholder support. The … Read more