Just in time for Thanksgiving, there’s a helpful exhibition devoted to poison at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Our weekend picks are:
A “time capsule” from 1.8 million years ago, located in Dmanisi, Georgia, shows variations among five human skulls from that period that suggest long-debated distinctions about early human development may be overblown.
Time to ponder the fall season I realized as I fed apples to my pigs Hamlette, Venus and Mimi.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., the largest U.S. bank, said Ellen V. Futter and David M. Cote, two of the firm’s four risk-committee members, left the board.
Reynold Levy made about $7,000 each weekday as president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
“The lack of power to take joy in outdoor nature is as real a misfortune as the lack of power to take joy in books,” Theodore Roosevelt said in the Outlook, a weekly magazine of his day.
It looks like a mix between a cat and a teddy bear, lives in the high cloud forest of the Andes mountains and is the first new carnivore found in the Western Hemisphere in 35 years.