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"It was in 1936 that Jack LaLanne opened the nation's first health club, in Oakland, California...

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In 1972, Sears, Roebuck, and Co. was America's greatest store, accounting for over 1 percent of the...

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For decades the male portion of several American generations had concentrated its fantasies of erotic experience on thousands of images of 'the girl next door,' unself-consciously naked and ready to go, and now, it seemed...

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At an age when most children were reading Babar the Elephant books, Peter Beard was writing and illustrating his own.

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n The Ilgiad, Donald Katz takes us along on his path to physical fitness as he trains for a triathlon...

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For more than a century, the short ride home on a train - away from the urgency and innumerable threats of the city - has been essential to a shared vision of safety that in many ways defines the purpose...

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"Fritz Efaw, fugitive from justice, draft resister, and erstwhile enemy of the people...

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In Drawing Fire, Donald Katz profiles Bill Mauldin, the curmudgeonly political cartoonist.

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The protagonist of Just Do It is Phil Knight, a reclusive billionaire who started a two-man operation importing Japanese running shoes and built it into a 4 billion company.

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At fifty-six, Nan Kempner is not so much youthful and pretty as she is striking and sinuously handsome. She is known - and occasionally resented - in her circle for her astounding thinness...

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