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This Stress Relief App Forces You To Slow Down

Anna Green

The game is modeled on the slow, relaxing movements of tai chi.

How is Japanese Fake Food Made?

Rebecca OConnell

Watch one artist explain how he creates models of fake food that look good enough to eat.

Uniqlo Wants to Help You Pick Out a T-Shirt By Reading Your Mind

Roma Panganiban

23 Fun Facts About 'Firefly'

Rudie Obias

As the cast teases the possibility of a return 13 years after it was pulled from the airwaves, we're looking back at the sci-fi series that kicked off a Browncoat revolution.

Adam Savage Interviews 'The Martian' Author Andy Weir

Chris Higgins

Everything you want to know about "The Martian." Science, math, and sci-fi!

13 Fascinating Facts About ‘Miller’s Crossing’

Matthew Jackson

Though it was largely overshadowed by ‘Goodfellas’ when it was released 25 years ago, the Coen brothers’ masterful gangster film is worth a second look.

Neuroscience Is the Key to a Good Magic Trick

Caitlin Schneider

Even the most clever of magic aficionados can't compete with the brain's hardwiring.

25 Things You Should Know About Nashville

Jeff Wells

It may be known as the Music City, but Nashville can do a lot more than just carry a tune.

On Sunday You Will Be Able to See Uranus

David W Brown

13 Spooky Facts About ‘The Monster Squad’

Mark Mancini

The kid-friendly horror movie has been reanimated as a Halloween cult classic.

A Sustainable Standing Desk

Shaunacy Ferro

It’s made of agricultural byproducts.

43 Charmingly Odd British Town Names

Chris Higgins

Fearing Upton Snodsbury, Didling, Crudwell, Blubberhouses, and Wetwang!

10 Graveside Traditions at Famous Tombs

Bess Lovejoy

Whether it's leaving playing cards or bullets, or drinking a cognac toast, there are a variety of traditional ways to pay tribute at famous tombs.

This Pocket-Sized Camera Has 16 Built-In Lenses

Andrew LaSane

Leave the DSLR at home.

Meet the Real-Life 'Peanuts' Gang

Caitlin Schneider

The voices of our childhood were children themselves.