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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

5 Incredible Innovations by Dance Music Pioneer Tom Moulton

Clay Wirestone

He's the reason you can groove along to a 12-minute remix of your favorite song.

Take a Tour of the Leading Sriracha Factory

Kirstin Fawcett

Just hurry—it ends on October 17.

Can You Solve This Math Question That Made Some Scottish Students Cry?

Rebecca OConnell

On a recent advanced math exam in Scotland, one question was particularly challenging.

The Dark Origins of Your Favorite Disney Films

Caitlin Schneider

If you think Disney movies can get a little dark, just wait until you hear the stories the films are based on.

13 Button-Mashing Facts About GameStop

Jake Rossen

A robber once called ahead to make sure the game he wanted was in stock.

These Are the World's Most Beautiful Aquariums

Kirstin Fawcett

Check out these stunning entries from the International Aquatic Plants Layout Contest.

Check Out These Infographics From the 1930s

Anna Green

Here's how people represented data before computers.

Pluto Has a Blue Sky and Water Ice

Caitlin Schneider

The blue hued haze of the demoted planet is believed to be similar to that on Saturn's moon, Titan.

9 Different Spanish Accents, Hilariously Explained

Arika Okrent

Comedian and Flama producer Joanna Hausmann not only gives skilled demonstrations of what the accents of various Spanish-speaking countries sound like, she provides vivid analogies that may help you h

5 Home Bar Hacks for Your Next Cocktail Party

Clair McLafferty

Use common kitchen staples as if they were barware.