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Brain Game

Sound and Smell

Brain Game

Sound and Smell

WWI Centennial

The Miracle on the Marne

WWI Centennial

The Miracle on the Marne

Miss Cellania

8 Antarctic Traditions

Miss Cellania

8 Antarctic Traditions

Sweet Trivia

Sweet Trivia

Brain Game

Strum Away

Brain Game

Strum Away

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15 Fantastic and Filthy Shakespearean Insults

Hannah Keyser

Whether he was coining new ones or stretching their meanings with double entendres, Shakespeare had a way with words.

Median Age Around the World

Alvin Ward

The world's youngest and oldest populations.

What School Computers Looked Like in 1991

Chris Higgins

Weekend Links: Literary Getaways

Roma Panganiban

What Happens to Your Body During a Breakup?

Alvin Ward

Here's a quick primer on the science behind a broken heart.

What Smart TV Looked Like in 1995

Chris Higgins

Weekend Links: American Butterflies

Roma Panganiban

11 Hidden Waterfalls and Swimming Holes on the Ultimate Swimming Road Trip

Forget the water parks, ditch the public swimming pools, and bid farewell to your sprinkler.

The Great Authorial Hook-Up Chart

Rebecca OConnell

10 Sturdy Facts About Sauropelta

Mark Mancini

The Richest Town in Each State

Alvin Ward

The place with the highest median household income in each state.

The Missing Links: The Most Popular Cocktail In Each State

Colin Patrick

What Has Pleasantly Surprised You About Getting Older?

Jason English

On Fridays, we ask a bunch of unrelated questions. Your answers help get us through the afternoon. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Q&A: Daniel Radcliffe on Space Travel, Russian Literature, and Napoleon

Erin McCarthy the mag

Harry Potter might have worn the glasses, but the truth is it's Daniel Radcliffe who's a bit of a nerd.

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