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The Man Who Invented the Spork

Shaunacy Ferro

The combo spoon/fork's inventor was a rich New York doctor with a string of wacky patents.

Inside Sweden's Largest Underwater Cave

Hannah Keyser

Each winter, a group of intrepid divers head deeper and deeper into the country's largest underwater cave.

15 Facts of Life About ‘The Facts of Life’

Eric D Snider

You take the good, you take the bad, you take 'em both, and there you have these 15 facts about the ladies of Eastland.

Why Don’t Eyelashes and Eyebrows Grow Long Like Head Hair?

Katie Oliver

The cycles that govern hair growth are keeping your eyebrows firmly under control. Although one man has grown his to 18.1cm...

11 Secrets of Wedding Planners

Sarah Crosland

You already know that they're in charge of pulling the behind-the-scenes strings on the big day, but we asked a collection of real wedding planners to anonymously share what they wish brides and

A Brief Illustrated History of Sweets

Rebecca OConnell

The perfect history lesson—for your sweet tooth.

Morning Cup of Links: Doggy Delivery

Hayley Harding

Comprehensive Map Shows How Europe's Population Is Shifting

Hannah Keyser

The different colors on the map show average annual population change for each municipality over the ten years studied.

See an Early Work From Dr. Seuss called 'The Pocket Book of Boners'

Caitlin Schneider

In 1931, Dr.

5 Questions: Types of Squash

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15 Things You Should Know About 'Little Girl in a Blue Armchair'

Kristy Puchko

11 Steps to Becoming an Expert Yogi This Summer

Do you dream of someday being able to bring your feet over your head? Or even just to touch your toes?

WWI Centennial: Women at War

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

Danish Illustrator Plays With Paper to Create 3D Cartoons

Sonia Weiser

HuskMitNavn (RememberMyName) is like Denmark's version of Banksy.

See Young Jack Kerouac's Reading List

Caitlin Schneider

The list, scribbled in a notebook in 1940, offers a rare glimpse at the works that would shape him.