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Artist Paints Wonderful Designs on Used Tea Bags

Rebecca OConnell

Ruby Silvious decorates a used tea bag each day.

Here's What a Room Filled With Foam 'Clouds' Looks Like

Michele Debczak

The Japanese artist titled his installation "Foam."

What Apple Cider Vinegar Truly Can (and Can't) Do for Your Health

6 of the Best Topical Halloween Costumes for 1915

Nick Greene

If you happen to get sucked into a wormhole and sent to 1915 this weekend, your lion-killing dentist outfit won’t make much sense.

The United Arab Emirates Is Planning an Indoor Snow Park

Kirstin Fawcett

The icy attraction is slated to open to the public in 2018.

12 Things You Didn't Know About Sarah Vowell

Erin McCarthy

The author tells us about her musical beginnings, dirty laundry, and love of index cards.

5 Questions: Evil Dead

Questions:5
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

India’s Haunted Fort

Shaunacy Ferro

Don’t go in after dark.

10 Neat Facts About Newts

Mark Mancini

The subject of an unmade Pixar film and the occasional Monty Python joke—and a key ingredient in many a witch's brew—these little amphibians are world-class survivors.

Yamaha Designs a Robot That Can Ride Motorcycles

Michele Debczak

They hope to one day have Motobot reaching speeds of 120 mph.

How Being Rich in the Middle Ages Made People Sick and Lowered Their IQ

Kirstin Fawcett

Wealthy individuals dined off glazed pottery, which contained high concentrations of lead.

This Apparel Acts as Brake Lights and Turn Signals for Bikers

Michele Debczak

This wearable tech company is creating safety gear cyclists will want to wear.

The Spellbinding Stories of 6 Historic Witches

Miss Cellania

Being labeled as magical didn't lead to a charmed life for these women.

Research Shows We Might Not Be As Busy As We Think We Are

Anna Green

Though we may feel more rushed, for the most part, things haven't changed much over the past five decades.

Video: Come for the Science, Stay for the Exploding Pumpkins

Shaunacy Ferro

Scientists at the Royal Institution take jack-o-lanterns to a whole new level.

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