According to the U.S. state department the coastlines of Washington, Oregon and California together measure 2,131 km. This would seem to settle things. But the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) says that number should be 3,288 km. Has at least one of these agencies measured ... poorly?
Gutsy piano students everywhere can now legally photocopy Chopin’s Préludes as they sweat over its tangled passages.