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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Sneaky Ways Restaurants Are Hacking Your Brain
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Sneaky Ways Restaurants Are Hacking Your Brain. Check out 25 subtle tricks that make you spend more.

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Here’s How You Can Help Fight Family Separation at the Border. A list of resources and organizations that need your skills, time, or money.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Summer Solstice. While the days will only get shorter from here, temperatures will still go up.

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The Forgotten Chefs Who Made Chili Con Carne a Tex-Mex Standard. Women running their own businesses gave us an entirely new cuisine.

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You Would Never Expect Killer Whales to Appear Here. Arctic Ocean prey that once fed polar bears is fair game for orcas.

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Brooklyn's Defunct Domino Sugar Plant Opens as Domino Park. Pictures show how an old factory can become a community park and still retain its history.

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First Impressions. Tom Comitta took the first sentence from 268 New Yorker short stories, sorted them, and combined them into one surprisingly cohesive tale.

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The Original Locations of 15 Famous Chain Stores. There might be one near you!

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How Volcanoes Work
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How Volcanoes Work. The U.S. has 169 "potentially active" volcanoes, but they're not all alike.

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The Internet is Learning an Important Lesson About Service Dogs. We know you're not supposed to pet them without permission, but what if one approaches you?

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That Time the U.S. Postal Service Tried Delivering Mail By Missile. It saved neither time nor money, but that wasn't the point.

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Why You Should Slack Off to Get Some Work Done. The world's most productive scientists and engineers worked only 10 to 20 hours a week.

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Postcards From the Honeymoon Capital Of The World. For many couples, the Poconos was where the Baby Boom began.

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The Dark Side of ‘Service With a Smile.’ Putting on a happy face when you're not feeling it can lead to mental and physical problems.

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A Horror Story About a Shower Curtain. Or it could be a comedy; either way, it needs to be filmed.

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What's the Difference Between a Broadway and an Off-Broadway Show? It's more than just the street address of the theater.

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