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Former FBI Agent Joe Navarro Explains How to Read Body Language | Tradecraft | WIRED

Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language? Former FBI agent Joe Navarro, author of The dictionary of Body Language offers insight. […]

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Posted in Books & Writings, Peeps

Promenade of Art Festival Arlington Heights June 8-9 Moving Short Distance in 2019 Only; Due to Downtown Construction

Promenade of Art 2019 Re-Located to Davis St, Parking Lot on Davis St, and Remaining on Vail Ave North of Campbell St Kick off your summer of fun activities by attending the 17th annual Promenade of Art in Downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday and Sunday, June 8 and 9, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 […]

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Posted in Cool. Art. Talent., Events

Chicago Skyline Visible from Warren Dunes State Park in Sawyer Michigan Due to Fata Morgana or Mirage Over Lake Michigan

An optical phenomenon, known as Fata Morgana or mirage, can occur over the waters of Lake Michigan when rays of light are bent when they pass through air layers of different temperatures in a steep thermal inversion. The thermal inversion or temperature inversion involves cold temperatures near the earth’s surface and warmer temperatures above, which […]

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Posted in Science, Word of the Day

High School District 214 Honored with National School Library of the Year Award for 2019

High School District 214, with headquarters located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, is the recipient of the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) 2019 National School Library of the Year (NSLY) Award. Sponsored by Follett, the NSLY Award annually honors a single school or district-wide school library that exemplifies implementation of AASL’s “National School Library Standards […]

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Author of Book on the Life of Ernie Banks, Ron Rapoport Recalls ‘Mr. Cubs’ Pain at Never Playing in World Series

Former Chicago Sun-Times columnist and book author Ron Rapoport said not making it to the World Series would haunt Ernie Banks for the rest of his life. Let’s Play Two: The Legend of Mr. Cub, the Life of Ernie Banks Hardcover (Published March 26, 2019) is the definitive and revealing biography of Chicago Cubs legend […]

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Posted in Books & Writings, Peeps, Sports

Oldest Animal at Brookfield Zoo: A Short-Beaked Echidna Celebrates 50 on Saturday, March 23, 2019

On Saturday March 23, 2019, animal care staff at the Brookfield Zoo and guests celebrated a milestone birthday for Brookfield Zoo’s oldest animal. Adelaide, a short-beaked echidna, turned 50 years old. In honor of her birthday, Adelaide was presented with a nutritious birthday cake topped with one of her favorite food items—wax worms. Afterwards, guests […]

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Posted in Outdoors, Science

Economist Thomas Sowell on the Income Inequality Debate; Socialism Is Disastrous As a Reality

Economist Thomas Sowell on some of the common economic myths and fallacies and the potential long-term economic impact of the rising popularity of socialism. Thomas Sowell said of the U.S. economy, “I do have a great fear that in the long run we may not make it. Economist Thomas Sowell says there are a thousand […]

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Posted in Books & Writings, Politics

Giant Anteater Born to Tulum and Lupito at Brookfield Zoo, February 2019

Those venturing to Brookfield Zoo’s Tropic World: South America habitat can now be on the lookout for a new addition—a male giant anteater pup. Born on December 15, 2018, the pup spends the majority of his time hitching a ride on the back of his mom, Tulum. He will continue to do this for several […]

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Posted in Parks, Science

America’s First Serial Killer: Chicago Serial Killer H.H. Holmes and His ‘Murder Castle’ Will Be Featured in Hulu Series Produced By DiCaprio

Chicago’s notoriety as the home of America’s first serial killer was highlighted in the 2003 book “The Devil In the White City,” the story of H.H. Holmes and his now-famous “murder castle.” CBS Chicago Gilma Avalos reports. H.H. Holmes was a 19th-century serial killer who lured his victims around the time of the 1893 World’s […]

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Arlington Heights Village, Library Meeting Over Possible Makerspace at Original Library

The Arlington Heights Memorial Library and the Village of Arlington Heights are in the process of discussing the future of real estate located at 112. N. Belmont Ave., Arlington Heights, the site of the former Arlington Heights Teen Center. The property is currently owned by the Village, but the Arlington Heights Memorial Library is interested […]

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Posted in Gov, Smart

Great Cloud Photos from Max Wilson Wednesday September 19, 2018

Max Wilson is an Emmy Award winning photographer located in Chicago, where Wilson is best known for his Windy City Night II video produced in 2015 (see video below). Epic flight today with @NBCSky5 in #Chicago, the low clouds were simply amazing. pic.twitter.com/LHmtOhXmAa — Max Wilson (@apapics) September 20, 2018 #Chicago under the clouds today. […]

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MIT Design Lab and Puma Testing Shoes That Use Bacteria to Sense Fatigue Levels

MIT Design Lab and Puma have teamed up to develop shoes that adapt to your feet. Using bacteria, the insoles sense fatigue levels based on sweat. The shoe fabric ventilates based on heat patterns in the foot. According to MIT Design Lab, the design team aims to make athletic gear highly adaptable, personalized, and future-proof. […]

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