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Giant LEGO Millennium Falcon Took 10,000 Pieces to Build

Rebecca OConnell

Name the US States That Contain Double Letters (The Same Letter Twice In A Row)

10 Foods That (Thankfully) Flopped

Name the Movie by the Line of Trivia From IMDb

Morning Cup of Links: The Silent and Deadly Owl

Miss Cellania

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

The weirdest news stories of hte week.

10 Fast Food Workers Who Redefined Customer Service

Stacy Conradt

Would you like a side of warm fuzzies with that?

The Missing Links: The Amount of Time Jim Spent on Pranks

Colin Patrick

Ikea Tests Movable Walls to Add Flexibility to Tiny Apartments

Hannah Keyser

Ikea hopes to make the structures available to the public in the next three years.

Chernobyl's Wildlife Population Has Grown Since the Disaster

Andrew LaSane

Large mammals are thriving in the exclusion zone.

The Counterfeiter Who Sank the Confederacy

Jake Rossen

It wasn't a superior army that vanquished the South; it was a patriotic counterfeiter and his $15 million in fake bills.

11 Vacation Scams That Dupe Tourists

How Milton Bradley Introduced 19th Century Kids to Moving Pictures

Michele Debczak

More than a century before the iPad, some kids were scrolling through a different device.

The Flavorful History of Vanilla

Caitlin Schneider

The world probably wouldn't have gone through all this trouble for a lesser flavor.

The Science of Hollywood Explosions

Anna Green

It takes a sophisticated understanding of physics to create the hyper-realistic CGI explosions we see in the movies.