If ever you should be stranded out on the ocean and are forced to send a message in a bottle seeking help, do it the smart way.

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Songwriter Don McLean has finally revealed the "meaning" of classic hit "American Pie"—the original lyrics sheet of which recently sold at auction for $1.2 million.

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How well can you decode the labeling on a carton of eggs at the grocery store? Get the meanings of "hormone-free" and "Omega-3" straight with a handy egg glossary (an egg-cyclopedia? Sorry).

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This is how much sleep you (and everyone you know) should be getting.

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Sesame Street made probably the only child-friendly version of Game of Thrones possible, entitled – adorably – "Game of Chairs."

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Heard the buzz about Me & Earl & the Dying Girl yet? The Sundance entry is one of only half a dozen in the film festival's history to win both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award, and its trailer is available to view here in advance of its June 12 U.S. release.

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When a fan favorite TV show is canceled, there's always the chance it might come back as a book. These six did, anyway.

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"Construction crane falls on museum, everyone assumes it's art." Delightful.