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The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 113

Mark Arminio

New York's Most Secretive Museum

Jill Harness

It has no signs outside and is intentionally hard to find. No security guards protect the collection.

13 Vintage Photos of Cats for International Cat Day

Erin McCarthy

Happy International Cat Day! Get your feline fix with these vintage photos of big cats in action.

7 Tips for Keeping Your Man (from the 1950s)

Therese Oneill

Disturbing advice from the mid-20th century. It’s about to get real.

The Missing Links: The World's Hardest Logic Puzzles

Colin Patrick

The 10 Best Bottle Episodes of Your Favorite TV Shows

Jennifer M Wood

One location + no budget = some of television’s finest moments.

Disney Songwriting Legends Reflect on Their Careers

Stacy Conradt

Every Disney fan knows Richard Sherman and Alan Menken. Even non-fans can’t help but know their songs practically through osmosis.

Watch: One Year on Mars

Chris Higgins

How "Radiolab" is Made

Chris Higgins

Why Do Electrical Towers Have Different Colored Blinking Lights?

Kara Kovalchik

6 Creative Uses of Sentence Diagramming

Arika Okrent

The architecture of sentences can be a beautiful thing.

How to Sharpen a Knife

A sharp knife is undoubtedly the handiest tool you can slip into your pocket, but a dull one is a disaster waiting to happen.

Morning Cup of Links: Walter White versus Walt Whitman

Erik van Rheenen

Muppet Movie Trailers

Chris Higgins

World War I Centennial: France Passes Three-Year Service Law

Erik Sass

August 7, 1913: France Passes Three-Year Service Law Beneath all the diplomatic maneuvering and bellicose blustering, Franco-German relations in the pre-war period were dominated by a single, inescapa