Brigit Katz

Bird lady with bylines. Words: @SmithsonianMag, @WomenintheWorld, @Hyperallergic, @GlblCtzn + others. #binders

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A Belgian Abbey Is Using Centuries-Old Recipes to Revive Its Brewery
May, 23 2019
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Two Captive Beluga Whales Are Heading to First-Of-Its-Kind Sanctuary in Iceland
May, 23 2019
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Huge 19th Century Circus Poster Found in Walls of Wisconsin Bar
May, 22 2019
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For the First Time, Researchers Find Color Red Preserved in Fossil
May, 22 2019
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Two Unseen Photographs of Queen Victoria Released in Honor of Her 200th Birthday
May, 22 2019
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Nuremberg Decides to Conserve Nazi Rally Grounds
May, 21 2019
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Read Hundreds of Medical Case Files By Two 17th-Century Quacks
May, 20 2019
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Found: Stolen Alexander Hamilton Letter
May, 20 2019
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Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage—a First for Asia
May, 17 2019
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3-D Images Show Just How Much a Baby’s Head Changes During Birth
May, 16 2019
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A Stinky Durian Fruit Led to the Evacuation of an Australian Library
May, 15 2019
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Did Susan Sontag Write the Seminal Book Attributed to Her Husband?
May, 15 2019
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Escaped Pet Parrots Are Doing Great in the Wild
May, 15 2019
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Tastier Tomatoes May Be Making a Comeback Thanks to Genetics
May, 14 2019
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Lily Parr, a Pioneering English Footballer, Scores Bronze Monument
May, 14 2019
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Bengal Tigers May Lose a Vital Habitat by 2070
May, 10 2019
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108 Neglected Lions Found on South African Breeding Farm
May, 10 2019
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Norma Miller, the ‘Queen of Swing,’ Has Died at 99
May, 9 2019
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Nine Gray Whales Have Washed Up Dead in the San Francisco Bay Area
May, 8 2019
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Relics of Rebel Slave Fort Unearthed by Hurricane Michael
May, 7 2019
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Shrimp in England's Rural Rivers Are Laced With Traces of Cocaine
May, 7 2019
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Narwhals Have Low Genetic Diversity—and They’re Doing Fine
May, 6 2019
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Rare Children’s Books Digitized by the Library of Congress
May, 6 2019
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Judge Rules Charlottesville’s Confederate Statues Are War Monuments
May, 3 2019
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Denisovan Fossil Is Identified Outside Siberia For the First Time
May, 2 2019
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Fire Tore Through the Forest That Inspired Winnie the Pooh’s ‘Hundred Acre Wood’
May, 2 2019
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Rare One-Horned Indian Rhino Born at Zoo Miami
May, 1 2019
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Do 'Biodegradable' Plastic Bags Actually Degrade?
May, 1 2019
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For the First Time in 200 Years, Japan’s Emperor Has Abdicated the Throne
April, 30 2019
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Fossil Discovery Has Scientists Questioning: What Makes a Crab a Crab?
April, 29 2019
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Authorities Are Looking for the Suspect Who Started a Fire at the National Archives
April, 29 2019
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To See the Louvre’s Blockbuster da Vinci Exhibition, You’ll Need an Advance Ticket
April, 26 2019
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One of Antarctica’s Largest Emperor Penguin Colonies Has Suffered Three Years of ‘Catastrophic’ Breeding Failures
April, 25 2019
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Japan Offers Apology and Compensation to Victims of Forced Sterilization
April, 25 2019
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Kids Who Don’t Drink Water Consume More Sweetened Beverages
April, 24 2019
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100 Jewish Families to Celebrate Passover Seder at Site of Warsaw Ghetto
April, 19 2019
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Elusive River Dolphins Caught Chatting Up a Storm
April, 19 2019
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'The Hunchback of Notre-Dame' Shoots to Top of France’s Best Seller Lists
April, 18 2019
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An Interstellar Meteor May Have Collided with Earth in 2014
April, 17 2019
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What Happened to Notre-Dame’s Precious Art and Artifacts?
April, 16 2019
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Twenty-Seven Possible Graves Found at Notorious Florida ‘Reform’ School
April, 16 2019
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Microplastics Found in Remote Region of France's Pyrenees
April, 16 2019
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Three Endangered Right Whale Calves Spotted in New England Waters
April, 16 2019
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The Largest Unnamed Object in the Solar System Needs a Title—and You Can Help
April, 12 2019
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Pregnant Whale with 48 Pounds of Plastic in Her Stomach Washes Ashore in Italy
April, 3 2019
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New Conservation Center to Preserve Hemingway’s Legacy in Cuba
April, 2 2019
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Internet Sleuths Were on the Case to Name the Women Archaeologists in These Excavation Photos
April, 2 2019
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New York to Introduce State-Wide Ban on Plastic Bags
March, 29 2019
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A Scottish Woman Doesn’t Feel Pain or Stress. Now Researchers Think They Know Why
March, 28 2019
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New York County Bans Unvaccinated Children from Public Places
March, 27 2019
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