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How John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Bed-In Turned Sleep into a Political Movement
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On March 25th, 1969 John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged a "Bed-In" at the Amsterdam Hotel to protest the Vietnam war. The act helped transform sleep into a means of political expression.
The Evolution of Sleepovers in Suburbia
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One for every stage.
How James Beard-Nominated Baker Joanne Chang Balances Sleep and Pastry Perfection
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The mastermind behind Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe and Myers + Chang discusses midnight snacks, go-to breakfasts and how good sleep is essential to her schedule — and sanity.
Yes, Superman Needs to Sleep. Here's Why.
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A careful look through the Man of Steel’s past reveals he indeed requires sleep — though not for the same reasons as us earthlings.
Comedian Theo Von Has a Theory About People Who Wake Up Happy All the Time
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The comedian and former Road Rules contestant talks insomnia, self-massage and why he doesn't trust anyone who doesn't wake up and feel angry.
What It's Like to Sleep While Hanging From the Side of a Mountain
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Explorer and mountaineer Mike Libecki discusses what it's like to rest 3,000 feet above the ground.
Singer-Songwriter Adam Green on Creativity, Dreams and What He Keeps In His Bedside Drawer
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The musician and director, who's been described as "Fellini on Ketamine", discusses the influence of dreams on his art, ambien-induced sleepwalking episodes and 'Super Mario'-centric wet dreams.
Where Does Daylight Saving Time Come From?
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Everything you need to know about the practice of pushing the clocks.
6 Passive Aggressive Ways to Tell Your Neighbor That the Walls Are...Really Thin
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There's a certain type of poetry in their passive aggression.
'The League's' Paul Scheer on How Lack of Sleep Led to Some of His Weirdest Sketches
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"The League" alumnus and soon-to-be father of two might be the hardest working man in Hollywood.