April 20, 2015
Lionel Hampton 1908
George Takei 1937
Sebastian Faulks 1953
All titles below are new to the store but those with a * are also newly published.
*04/18/15 IP Bike Maintenance: Tips, Tricks & Techniques. UK.
*04/18/15 All About History Book of Ancient Rome: Battles · Conquests · Leaders · Betrayals · Legacy. UK.
*04/18/15 How It Works Book of The Elements: All about the universe’s building blocks. UK.
*04/18/15 National Geographic Special How Things Work: 100 science explanations from hovercraft to biofuel to Wi-Fi.
*04/16/15 House Beautiful Create Your Dream Home: Live in it and love it. UK.
*04/15/15 BBC 100 Breakthrough Healthy Discoveries: The ultimate guide to living a longer, healthier, and happier life.
THINGS WE LEARNED FROM READING MAGAZINES TODAY
Humans have taste buds in their throats.
– May National Geographic KiDS
The longest human nose ever measured was 8.8 cm from the bridge to the tip.
– April BBC Science Focus
City Newsstand’s HEADLINE WORLD
As always, 100% T.R.U.E.!* (Trumped-up, Reliably Unreliable & Ersatz)
MAN SEES ANGELS FLYING THROUGH THE SKY! After 4-game stand against the White Sox
FLORIDA NEIGHBORHOOD TERRORIZED BY GIANT PINK ALLIGATOR!
CITY OF PARIS FINES BISTRO COMBO FOR NOT HAVING AN ACCORDIONIST
NEW MEXICO ACTUALLY OVER 100 YEARS OLD!
REAL-LIFE COOKIE MONSTER! Ohio man eats nothing but cookies – up to 5 lbs. a day!
Weekly Words of Wisdom
The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend. That way he won’t see it coming when you destroy him.
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