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See the Never-Released Nintendo Playstation Console

Andrew LaSane

At least one of the mythical consoles still exists and it absolutely works.

Halloween Is Over, but You Can Still Own a Werewolf Cat

Kirstin Fawcett

The breed is called Lykoi, and its patchy fur stems from a genetic mutation.

Help the New York Public Library With a Massive Archival Project

Caitlin Schneider

The 6,000-plus handwritten real estate records hold valuable information about the lives of immigrants who helped create New York.

This Honey-Harvesting Invention Made Its Inventors into Multimillioniares

Kirstin Fawcett

The Flow Hive lets you collect the sweet liquid without disrupting the bees or extracting the comb.

23 Science-Backed Ways to Feel Happier

You might not be able to buy happiness, but you can channel it through the power of science.

How One Institution is Helping to Revive the Lakota Language

Arika Okrent

Without a new generation of Speakers, the Native American language could die out in a few generations.

Grave Sightings: William Henry Harrison

Stacy Conradt

A lengthy speech—delivered on a cold, rainy day—would prove to be his undoing.

Photos of Californians Casually Hanging Out With Alligators in the Early 1900s

Anna Green

During the first few decades of the 20th century, the people of Los Angeles had alligator fever.

21 Writers On Their Favorite Bookstores

the mag

The choices are as personal as the experience of reading a book.

Why There Are So Many Bicycles in the Netherlands

Stacy Conradt

How a 1973 initiative revolutionized transportation for the Dutch.

Dr. Henry Heimlich’s Long Battle With The Red Cross Over His Namesake Maneuver

Suzanne Raga

The creator of the Heimlich Maneuver has been warring with the American Red Cross for more than 40 years.

Watch This Rock Climber Scale San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts

Anna Green

In this video from Stride Health, Honnold is filmed conquering a totally new kind of challenge: San Francisco’s buildings.

Tapeworm Infects Man, Gives Him Cancer

Kate Horowitz

A Columbian man died when the parasite’s cancer spread into his body.

Selfie Exhibition Opens in London

Michele Debczak

Celebrating selfies through the ages.

What's the Right Way to Make a Blood & Sand Cocktail?

Clair McLafferty

It sounds like it would be an expensive, unbalanced disaster, but somehow, by shaking it together, it works.