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Flamboyant Fashion

Flamboyant Fashion

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The lavish Met Gala was held Monday evening in New York City. Guests wore a variety of eye-catching outfits — like the dress featuring a horse head you can see on Kim Petras, above.Do you follow fashion trends? Have you ever been inspired by a celebrity’s style? Which of the outfits in the slide show…
Riddle Me This

Riddle Me This

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A recent Times article delved into the history of the crossword puzzle, emphasizing how often riddles are used to create some of the more tantalizing clues. Do you like solving riddles — or do you find them more vexing than entertaining? Have you ever had to create a riddle for a class or school project?…
Roller Coasters

Roller Coasters

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The Do-Dodonpa in Japan is one of the world’s fastest roller coasters. It can hurtle from a standstill to 112 miles per hour within 1.56 seconds. Would you take a ride?Tell us a story, whether from your real life or made up, that somehow features a roller coaster. Post it in the comments, then read…
Dining Out

Dining Out

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Do you go out to eat often? Do you, or does anyone you know, work in food services? What have you noticed about how the restaurant experience has changed thanks to the pandemic? Are any of the changes you’ve noticed worth keeping once it ends, in your opinion?For instance, do you hope we continue to…
Dings and Pings

Dings and Pings

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What do you think this GIF is saying? How does it relate to or comment on society or current events? Can you relate to it personally? What is your opinion of its message?Tell us in the comments, then read the related Health article to learn more.Learn more about Picture Prompts here and find all of…
One Great Summer Memory

One Great Summer Memory

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How was your summer? Instead of telling us about everything you did, we’re challenging you to focus on just one happy memory, big or small, and tell us about it in detail. It could be something you ate, or a place you visited, a conversation with a friend or relative, a moment alone in nature…
Phones and Fingers

Phones and Fingers

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021.What do you think this image is saying? Can you relate to it personally? Tell us a story, real or made up, inspired by this image and theme. Post it in the comments, then read the related…
A Cap on Friends?

A Cap on Friends?

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021.In a 1993 study, Robin Dunbar, a British anthropologist, theorized that humans could have no more than about 150 meaningful relationships, a measure that became known as Dunbar’s number.But researchers at Stockholm University published a paper in…
Summer Pleasures

Summer Pleasures

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1.Last summer, seasonal routines were reinvented in response to the coronavirus pandemic. This summer, depending on where you live, things may look more normal. Either way, what are the things you can only do in summer that you’re…
Punk Rock Teens

Punk Rock Teens

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021.The band featured above, the Linda Lindas, is made up of four Asian and Latina teens and tweens who last week had a clip of a recent performance of their song “Racist, Sexist Boy” at a branch…

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