Bob died 25 years ago. But his legacy lives on, thanks to YouTube videos, books, even a collection of T-shirts.
Earlier this year an article in the journal Environmental Science and Technology estimated that during COVID-19 the world is throwing out 129 billion face masks every month, some of which become litter that eventually washes into oceans.
Jasmine tobacco’s petals unfold colorful or pure white trumpets, the latter of which especially glow in the moonlight.
When my birthday rolled around in June, I had to face the fact that, thanks to COVID-19, I would not be having cake with anyone. Yet I went ahead and made the cake I really wanted — a three-layer, naked strawberry chamomile cake.
When the iconic T. Rex at the American Museum of Natural History again welcomes visitors, it will gaze down at humans acting a bit differently.
There goes Rhode Island again — always finding a way to get its tiny tentacles onto the national stage.