history

Adolf Eichmann’s capture, as told by the Mossad

For the first time in its notoriously secretive history, the Mossad — Israel’s intelligence service — has opened its vaults to the public. In cooperation with an Israeli museum, the Mossad curated documents and artifacts pertaining to the capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann, one of the Nazi’s chief architects of the Holocaust. Visitors can …

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A Brief History of Bicycles in Los Angeles

Los Angeles public TV station KCET presentsĀ A Brief History of Bicycles in the Los Angeles Area on their blog. For everyone interested in bicycles or LA history–or both!–the article includes some wonderful photos of a bike-friendly LA from a century ago. One particular bit of note: Seeking to capitalize on popular interest in the sport, …

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BBC NEWS: Ancient phallus unearthed in cave

Thanks to Steven for sending me this link. I haven’t posted since last week, so I figure this is worthy of note. There are a million puns or jokes I could use here, but I’ll just post the link and you can make your own. Hope you don’t feel stiffed.