Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Our Mister Rogers Remix recently hit 10 million views! Click HERE to listen to “Garden of Your Mind" and be inspired by everyone’s favorite neighbor. 
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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Behold: The Beauty of Solar Magnetism: http://youtu.be/9lshwKIQ29E
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pbs-food:

What happens when a handful of Texas homebrewers decide to not only craft their own spirits, but also to make their own copper and fermented gold wash stills, heat exchangers and hot liquor tanks? Chip Tate and the men of Balcones Distillery distill daily with their hammered, patinaed equipment, crafted from the ground up. The result is some of the best whisky around. That glass in your hand? It’s made from honey, figs, corn, camaraderie, and an unwillingness to compromise.
Watch: Balcones Distillery from Dark Rye Magazine
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pbs-food:

What happens when a handful of Texas homebrewers decide to not only craft their own spirits, but also to make their own copper and fermented gold wash stills, heat exchangers and hot liquor tanks? Chip Tate and the men of Balcones Distillery distill daily with their hammered, patinaed equipment, crafted from the ground up. The result is some of the best whisky around. That glass in your hand? It’s made from honey, figs, corn, camaraderie, and an unwillingness to compromise.
Watch: Balcones Distillery from Dark Rye Magazine
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pbs-food:

What happens when a handful of Texas homebrewers decide to not only craft their own spirits, but also to make their own copper and fermented gold wash stills, heat exchangers and hot liquor tanks? Chip Tate and the men of Balcones Distillery distill daily with their hammered, patinaed equipment, crafted from the ground up. The result is some of the best whisky around. That glass in your hand? It’s made from honey, figs, corn, camaraderie, and an unwillingness to compromise.
Watch: Balcones Distillery from Dark Rye Magazine
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pbs-food:

What happens when a handful of Texas homebrewers decide to not only craft their own spirits, but also to make their own copper and fermented gold wash stills, heat exchangers and hot liquor tanks? Chip Tate and the men of Balcones Distillery distill daily with their hammered, patinaed equipment, crafted from the ground up. The result is some of the best whisky around. That glass in your hand? It’s made from honey, figs, corn, camaraderie, and an unwillingness to compromise.

Watch: Balcones Distillery from Dark Rye Magazine

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scientificillustration:

Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown
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Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown
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Outbreak: Hand Cut Paper Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown
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How your body knows right from left: youtu.be/oGahCXE18Ko 
(it’s okay. We still have to use our thumb and forefinger sometimes, too.)

6left, right, it's okay to be smart, science, education,

Why do people do sick and twisted things in DayZ?

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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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pbsparents:

Learn the easy, 3-step popsicle recipe for an amazing [and healthy!] summertime snack!
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Newest art assignment: make an artwork in the style of someone whose work you admire. 

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scishow:

Why Do We Blush?

Aw, don’t be embarrassed—everyone does it! Quick Questions explains what causes blushing, which Darwin called “the most peculiar and most human of all expressions.”

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 16, 1951: The Catcher in the Rye is Published

On this day in 1951, J.D. Salinger’s novel, The Catcher in the Rye, was published. The novel tells the story of 16-year-old Holden Caulfield, a troubled character who challenged 1950s conformity, much like Salinger himself.

Due to its somewhat rebellious tone, Salinger’s work has been linked to issues of controversy and censorship.  Even so, over 60 years later, The Catcher in the Rye has sold over 65 million copies and continues to sell an additional 500,000 each year.

Learn about the novel’s path to publication with American Masters’ J. D. Salinger infographic.

Photo:  A 1951 copy of J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye (Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress). 

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smartereveryday:

How old do fish get?  Today’s Smarter Every Day Infrographic helps understand!

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