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Knit the Bridge
Knit the Bridge

Knit the Bridge

Knit the Bridge
Knit the Bridge

Yarn Bombing goes big in Pittsburgh. The Andy Warhol Bridge is covered for an art project called Knit the Bridge.
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A Baby Panda Meets Her Mom For The First Time And It Is Beautiful. You wonder why they were ever separated in the first place.
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America's First Sex Manual was published in 1766, although it was written much earlier. It was quite popular, but contained Puritanical opinions and strange misinformation.
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Watch a compilation of feel good clips of people saving animals. It will make your whole day seem brighter.
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Almost a year after hurricane Sandy, many survivors struggle with legal questions. Insurance, benefits, rights and obligations, contracts, and paychecks requires lawyers to sort out.
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The Secret Story of Toys. A short documentary on the very lucky people who design and make toys for a living.
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Hell hath no fury like a Star Wars fan who feels entitled to know more about Episode VII. But then again, you're not a real Star Wars fan if you don't have something to complain about.
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In the past 12 years, over 500 people have died after being tased. Maybe "non-lethal" Tasers shouldn't be the first resort method of restraint they have become.
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Is hookup culture a myth? A new study says college students are having less sex than twenty years ago (and probably much less than forty years ago).

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Breaking Bad: An Oral History
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The Oral History of Breaking Bad. The people behind the groundbreaking show tell its story to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its premiere.

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Why We Didn’t See the Knights of Ren in The Last Jedi. Director Rian Johnson explains that there's nothing nefarious about their absence.

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The Little-Known History of Seafaring Pets. Sailors have been accompanied on voyages by dogs, cats, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and other animals—and not all of them were for dinner.

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A Neopets Romance. This married couple met online when they were 10 and 12 years old.

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How Americans of the 1960s Really Felt About Nuclear Fallout Shelters. Michigan State University surveyed 3514 adults about their feelings regarding preparedness for a nuclear war.

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Why Paris’s Greatest Art Nouveau Metro Stop Is No More. The Bastille station was the greatest of 141 metro stations designed by Hector Guimard at the turn of the 20th century.

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Your Coworkers are Not Your Friends. A bit of formality is appropriate among people who did not choose who they spend all day with.

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10 Graves That Are Remarkably Secure. They keep grave robbers out and zombies in.

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Is Sitting Too Close to the TV Really Bad for You?
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Is Sitting Too Close to the TV Really Bad for You? No, but there's a reason behind why people still think so.

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10 Misconceptions About U.S. Immigration. Every wave of newcomers has encountered resistance from those already here.

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21 Facts You Might Not Know About Rodney Dangerfield. He got no respect, but we'll never forget him.

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Watch a Man Build a Log Cabin by Himself in Four Minutes. It actually took months, but this is a fascinating yet relaxing time-lapse version.

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How Montana Gold Rushers Literally Threw Away a Fortune in Sapphires. Yogo Gulch still produces some of the finest sapphires in the world.

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New Details Emerge About Solo: A Star Wars Story. Including an official synopsis.

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The Starbucks Logo Has A Secret You’ve Never Noticed. She was too perfect to be real before a small design change.

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8 Major Milestones in Facial Transplant Surgeries. What was recently thought impossible has been accomplished quite a few times.

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