Shakespeare’s Plays to be Translated into Modern English

Andrew LaSane

Thirty-six playwrights will create performable translations of all 39 original plays.

Watch IKEA's First-Ever Fashion Show

Caitlin Schneider

Viewing the high fashion collections from the comfort of your laptop is a guaranteed way to avoid an IKEA fight with your S.O.

The First-Ever Loch Ness Monster Sighting

Stacy Conradt

The first photo of Nessie was taken in 1934. But the first mention of the lake-bound monster? An account of a sighting back in 564 CE.

11 Surprisingly Germ-Ridden Places

8 Genius Ideas That Are Changing the Way We Eat

An Artificial Intelligence System Just Took the Math SAT

Anna Green

The A.I. system's score was close to average for an eleventh grader.

When Ancient Texts Vanish, These Scientists Make Them Reappear

Jake Rossen

Science is making text that hasn't been visible for hundreds of years reappear. Here's how.

What Are Those Tiny Spots on Apples?

Kate Horowitz

We wouldn't have apples without them.

16 Fun Facts About 'Veronica Mars'

Roger Cormier

Kristen Bell was the first of 100 actresses to read for the lead role, and the last one left standing.

Why Do Hearses Have S-Shaped Scrolls Where the Back Windows Should Be?

Kara Kovalchik

A brief history of landau bars.

Morning Cup of Links: Character Actors You Should Know

Miss Cellania

Start your day on the right foot with these great links!

11 Unusual Bookstores You Can Visit

Rebecca OConnell

Sure you can buy books on Amazon, but there’s something about going to a bookstore and picking the right title out by hand.

New Study Suggests the ‘Uncanny Valley’ Is Real

Anna Green

Creeped out by humanoid robots? You're not alone.

Corporate Logos Made Beautiful With Lush (But Sort-of-Dead) Plants

Rebecca OConnell

These signs look like they're made of lush, living plants.

16 Quick Coffee Facts for National Coffee Day

Do you want cream and sugar with your java facts?