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The Anything-but-Golf-Tchotchkes-or-a-Tie Fathers Day Gift Guide

Since Father’s Day was first imagined in the early 1900 s–by the daughter of a Civil War veteran and widower who had raised six brats as a single parent–there’s been a what-to-give impasse. Here’s our admonition. Just think of dads as what they are: grown-up kids. We like cool stuffs, delectable acts, daring circumstances, and … Read More

The Big Engineering Behind Olympic Snowboarding’s Big Air Event

A jump with the exact proportions of the launch ramp for snowboarding’s big breath occurrence, which will make its Olympic debut in Pyeongchang, does not exists in nature. It must be built. And so, fewer than a dozen eras a year, at venues arraying from ballparks to parking lots, impeccably orchestrated crews of architects, ice … Read More