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This Bike Park Looks Like A Video Game

Rebecca OConnell

Not your usual bike park.

A Forgotten Edith Wharton Story Was Found in Yale's Rare Book Library

Kirstin Fawcett

The work was likely written right before 'The Age of Innocence' was published in 1920.

15 Non-Sex Uses for Condoms

Kate Horowitz

Condoms can save your life ... and your potato chips.

Firefighting Elephants Help Battle Blazes in Indonesia

Kirstin Fawcett

They're unlikely—but pretty cut—firefighters.

Feeding the Beast: 10 Facts About the Hunt for the Loch Ness Monster

Benjamin Lampkin

9. Real or not, Nessie is big business—to the tune of $38 million in annual revenue for the Loch Ness region.

5 Questions: Hang or Hung?

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How a Manhole Cover Gets Made

Shaunacy Ferro

Take a look inside the process of making New York City’s manhole covers.

11 Geeky Aprons to Keep You Clean This Thanksgiving

Alvin Ward

This Thanksgiving, cook with style by donning one of these cool aprons.

Pop Culture Syllabus: Robots

the mag

If you're wondering when we'll get robot maids, 'The Jetsons' was set in 2062.

WWI Centennial: Failure at Fourth Isonzo

Erik Sass

In NYC, You Might Someday Be Able to Email a Tree

Kirstin Fawcett

Is Leafmealone@gmail.com taken?

Watch Ghostly 'Sea Angels' Swim Through the Depths

Kate Horowitz

The sea snails known as pteropods occupy an important place in marine food chains.

Jellyfish Don’t Swim So Much as Suction Through the Ocean

Shaunacy Ferro

A new study finds that lampreys and jellyfish create suction that propels them forward in the water.

North Koreans Might Face a Winter Without Kimchi

Kirstin Fawcett

Thanks to floods and monsoons, the vegetables used to make the spicy dish are in short supply.

A Wearable That Lets You Listen to Your Partner's Heartbeat

Kirstin Fawcett

PillowTalk's technology literally lets you monitor your relationship's pulse.