Ten of the world s rarest gemstones curiousnotions SERENDIBITE, not to be confused with serandite, is a cyan colored stone that comes from Sri Lanka It boasts an unusually complex formula consisting of calcium, Curious Minds Championing Cultural Education Curious Minds exists to improve the lives of children and young people by increasing opportunities for their active participation in arts and culture. Curious George s Dictionary Editors of the American The world s most curious monkey investigates new words in this lively picture dictionary for young children Curious George s Dictionary is an engaging picture dictionary specially designed for children from preschool through first grade. Gender bender A gender bender LGBT slang one who genderfucks is a person who disrupts, or bends, expected gender roles Gender bending is sometimes a form of social activism undertaken to destroy rigid gender roles and defy sex role stereotypes, notably in cases where the gender nonconforming person finds these roles oppressive It can be a reaction to, and protest of, homophobia, transphobia, misogyny Bata Shoe Museum Exhibitions Standing Tall STANDING TALL THE CURIOUS HISTORY OF MEN IN HEELS This exhibition is now closed Never before have a few inches mattered so much Challenge your preconceived notions New Covenant Presbyterian Church Welcome New Covenant Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America PCA We believe that God is sufficient for all of life s needs We claim it, we depend on it, we trust in How to Knit Free Easy Hat knitting Curious Handmade Easy Bobble Hat Pattern by Helen Stewart This free knitting pattern for beginners or experienced knitters who want a fast satisfying knit gives you easy to follow instructions for how to make a fun bobble hat for the whole family. How the World s Most Notorious Atheist Strange Notions EDITOR S NOTE For the last half of the twentieth century, Antony Flew was the world s most famous atheist Long before Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Sam Harris began taking swipes at religion, Flew was the preeminent spokesman for unbelief. Terrors of the Table The Curious History of Nutrition Here, Walter Gratzer offers a marvelous smorgasbord of stories taken from the history of nutrition, providing an engaging account of the struggle to find the ingredients of a healthy diet, and the fads and quackery that have waylaid the unwary. The Spanish Inquisition Debunking the Legends Strange The Catholic Church is often the victim of the same kinds of urban legends that surround the Titanic or Aspartame Whether it is the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, chained church Bibles, or Galileo, people are being led to believe falsehood and making bad decisions based on those falsehoods.