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Spotlight

A crowd of people cheering and waving at a parade, circa 1955.

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The May issue now available on the iPad

Free for print subscribers

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Spotlight

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The Conversation

Readers Respond To The February Issue

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Contributors

From a two-time poet laureate of the United States to one-half of a magic duo, these men and women contributed their thoughts and ideas to Smithsonian's photography issue.

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November Letters

Readers respond to the September issue

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October Letters

Readers respond to the August issue

Northworth and Von Tilzer's song was recorded some 100 times by artists such as Frank Sinatra and today's Dr. John.

Baseball’s Anthem for All Ages

In 1908, an improbable pair of music men hit a tuneful home run without ever having seen a game

Britannia offers solace and a promise of compensation for her exiled American-born Loyalists

Divided Loyalties

Descended from American Colonists who fled north rather than join the revolution, Canada's Tories still raise their tankards to King George

Bonding through Books

A good read gives mothers and daughters much more to talk about than just the plot

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Two for Tea

America's only commercial tea crop is grown on an island with plants more than a century old

Jack Dailey

A New Man at Air and Space

A Smithsonian for this Century

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"You Gotta Remember, Eels Are Weird"

They're slimy, snaky, ugly and repulsive, but once you acquire a taste for this much-maligned species, "slippery as an eel" becomes a compliment

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Good-bye, Rhode Island

Secretary Lawrence M. Small

A Renaissance Man

From finance to feathers, Secretary Lawrence M. Small brings diverse talents to the Smithsonian

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The "Coo-kee" Is Made With Chocolate Chips

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IMAX Takes Us Undersea in the Galapagos

Filmmakers shooting a new 3-D IMAX movie discover tragedy and technical challenges amid moments of breathtaking beauty

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