Atticus Finch's final speech in To Kill a Mockingbird was shot in one take.
'The Residence' is a mesmerizing history of America from the service staff’s heretofore untold point of view.
Doodle whatever creatures you like, then watch them swim around.
And is a gorgeous reminder that you are not the center of the universe.
Walk down a street after a hard night of drinking in Montréal and you’d be hard-pressed not seeing someone gorging themselves on poutine, a high-calorie classic staple of Québécois casse-croûtes—or “g
Get ready to celebrate a month full of quirky holidays—not just Independence Day—in classic summer style.
Here's how to celebrate.
The smearwort (Aristolochia rotunda) dupes fruit flies into entering its flowers and then traps them there, getting pollinated without offering any reward.
Forget pool noodles and squirt guns—these aquatic accessories will help take your water activities to the next level (provided you can afford them...).
This might kill your buzz.
In 1912, Gertrude Stein received a mocking (and admittedly clever) rejection letter from London-based publisher Alfred C. Fifield.
A pair of studies shows human musicians make errors that form fractal patterns, which appeal to the listener.
Like any other potter, Jon Almeda makes vases, bowls, and more. His just happen to be teeny-tiny.