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A Monochrome Bar Where the Drinks Stand Out

Sonia Weiser

A London pop up bar was painted black and white to highlight a cider brand's colorful summer drinks.

A Look at the Dark World of #PizzaCrimes

Caitlin Schneider

Through the Twitter account @PizzaCrimes, Karl Spaeth documents unlawful acts against the world's most beloved food.

16 More Words That Are Their Own Opposites

Judith B Herman

Some words are their own worst enemies, or at least their own opposites.

What Science Has to Say About Long-Distance Relationships

Shaunacy Ferro

The scientific outlook on your long-distance love is mixed.

This Blog Catalogues Every Line Spoken By a Person of Color in Film

Shaunacy Ferro

And yes, it’s depressing.

This Giant Ant Farm Is Shaped Like Rotterdam

Rebecca OConnell

Ants have been given their own version of the city.

The Poet Who Traveled the U.S. Speaking Only Faroese

Arika Okrent

The Surprising Story of Famed JFK Impersonator Vaughn Meader (and Why You've Never Heard of Him)

Caitlin Schneider

Vaughn Meader skyrocketed to stardom with his impersonation of John F. Kennedy in the early 1960s, even winning a Grammy. But it all came crashing down the day the President was assassinated.

Reimagining Classic Coca-Cola Posters—And That Iconic Bottle

Sonia Weiser

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the classic Coke bottle, designers created their own interpretations.

Why Is There a Unicorn on the British Pound Coin?

James Hunt

The presence of the Queen's head, thistle, and portcullis on the pound coin are easy to understand, but a unicorn?

10 Presidential Marriage Proposals

Jeff Wilser the mag

Ten revealing true stories of how our nation’s greatest romantics in chief put a ring on it.

Superhero Bookends Keep Your Books Safely Elevated

Rebecca OConnell

Sharks Discovered Living In an Underwater Volcano

Hannah Keyser

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The Science of 'Self/Less'

Erin McCarthy

The movie hits theaters today.