It’s pleasant here at the park…

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Your Daily Question...

Why David?

The U.S. presidential retreat at Camp David has often been the scene of international summit meetings, such as those between the Israelis and the Palestinians. After whom was Camp David named?

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The ancient Greek poet Tryphiodorus is famed for having written an epic poem of 24 books, in which each book:

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In the Victorian-era language of flowers, a red rose means true love, a white rose innocence or purity. What does a blue rose mean?

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The mightiest wrestler of ancient Greece was Milo of Croton, champion in six successive Olympiads. Even Milo’s legendary strength was not enough to save him in the end, alas. It is said that he lost his life in a contest with…

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