The Quick 10: 10 Famous Pieces of Graffiti

Stacy Conradt

Graffiti has come a long way over the years. Largely thanks to artists like Banksy and Blek le Rat, some graffiti is now recognized as the clever art form it really is.

Disturbingly Real Sculptures

Jill Harness

What's bothering this man so much? Maybe it's the fact that he's not real.

Kevin Spacey Does Impersonations

Chris Higgins

Here's a fun one -- on Inside the Actors Studio, Kevin Spacey does a solid five minutes of spot-on impersonations.

Beyond Kickball: 10 Specialized Summer Camps

Ethan Trex

All a summer camp used to need to keep kids entertained throughout the warmer months was a good ball field and a place to go swimming.

7 Fugitives who Became Folk Heroes

Miss Cellania

Last week, in the wake of the arrest of Colton Harris-Moore and his surprising internet fandom, we took a look at what made some criminals into folk heroes in the manner of the legendary Robin Hood.

Font Wars

David K. Israel

I saw this photo over on today and thought to myself: I wonder if you  _flossers would find it as amusing as I do.

Brain Game: Breaker! Breaker!

Thanks for playing the Tuesday Brain Game. Enjoy: Six major-league sports teams currently in the "big four" (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL) have names with the initials C.B.

Tales of Mere Existence

Ransom Riggs

If you haven't seen this awesomely droll series of short animations, now's your chance.

Morning Cup of Links: Animals in War

Miss Cellania

Top Secret America. Homeland security, counterterrorism, and spying have grown so much in the past nine years that the result "amounts to an alternative geography of the United States".

Food in Disguise

Jill Harness

Nothing like a thick, flavorful steak, especially when it's a vegan-friendly dessert. Wondering how that happens?

The Late Movies: Old Blues Songs That'll Give You Chills

Ransom Riggs

I don't meet many people who are passionate about the blues.

Eating Away at Cancer

Chris Higgins

In this TED Talk, William Li talks about how blood vessels grow -- and how eating different foods affects cancer growth.

Vitamin D and the Brain

Meghan Holohan

During the Industrial Revolution, as more children started growing up in cities, physicians noticed a new disease, which weakened children's bones so they were no stronger than cartilage.

Why Do Coins Make Your Hands Smell Funny?

Matt Soniak

A lot of people assume that it's just the way that coins smell, and the odor is rubbing off on their hands, but you're not smelling the metal so much as you're smelling yourself.

The Number of the Day: 6.6 Million

Colin Patrick

During the most recent television season, Judge Judy averaged 6.6 million viewers per day, making her the top rated daytime show on television.