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A Geographically Accurate Map of the London Underground

Shaunacy Ferro

After a Freedom of Information request, London's transportation authority finally created a Tube map that shows the actual distance between stops.

11 Valuable Antique-Hunting Tips

If you’re looking for the perfect antique piece to complete your home, brush up on your attack plan before heading out.

Rowhouse or RV? The Most Popular Types of Housing in Every Major American City

Jennifer M Wood

How we live, and the structure in which we’re most likely to do it, changes with geography.

How Paleoartists Recreate and Illustrate Dinosaurs

Gabe Rivin

What mixture of scientific fact and artistic fantasy goes into dinosaur illustrations?

Italian Street Artist Channels Audubon, Paints Stunning Bird Murals Across U.S.

Beth Anne Macaluso

It's the migration of a lifetime.

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14 Things You Might Not Know About ‘Se7en’

Jake Rossen

David Fincher was thinking outside the box for his classic thriller.

Can a Computer Make a Meme?

Gretchen McCulloch

Computer can haz meme?

Original 'Citizen Kane' Scripts Are Going Up for Auction

Kirstin Fawcett

The three manuscripts are expected to fetch between $20,000 and $30,000 apiece.

10 Famous Landmarks That Were Almost Destroyed

Maggie Malach

What would the world be without the Eiffel Tower or the Colosseum?

Archaeologists Unearth 3700-Year-Old Wall in Poland

Jen Pinkowski

The Bronze Age construction is a highly unusual find, not only for Poland, but for Central Europe.

5 Beers and Ciders to Drink This Autumn

Rebecca OConnell

With the cold weather approaching, it's time to ditch the shandies for something a little heartier.

Morning Cup of Links: Those Who Die in Horror Films

Miss Cellania

Great links here!

When Tim Burton Almost Directed a 'Ripley's Believe It or Not!' Movie

Janet Burns