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Tour the World From Home With This Epic Google Earth Hyperlapse

Michele Debczak

No passport required.

5 Things You Didn't Know About Josephine Baker

Ethan Trex

The celebrated dancer had a pet cheetah named Chiquita.

London’s Kensington Hotel Is Hosting a ‘Beauty and the Beast’-Themed Tea

Jennifer M Wood

Be their guest, be their guest ...

Give Tea Time More Charm With a Hedgehog Tea Infuser

Rebecca OConnell


Morning Cup of Links: Jokes That Became Comic Characters

Miss Cellania

Great links for your weekend perusal!

This Artist Knits the Most Beautiful Animal "Pelts"

Mental Floss Studios

Textile artist and knitter Ruth Marshall has found a way to show the stunning beauty of animal pelts—without harming any animals.

Young South African Inventor Makes Bricks From Recycled Paper

Kirstin Fawcett

Elijah Djan's design is aimed at improving his country's affordable housing shortage and lowering its high pollution rates.

5 Questions: Pizza My Heart

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Climate Change Is Altering One of Utah's Most Famous Works of Art

Shaunacy Ferro

Soon, the art piece could be marooned away from the shores of the Great Salt Lake.

WWI Centennial: Russian Unrest Triggers Crackdown

Erik Sass

Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 265th installment in the series.

6 Things We Know About 'The Crown’ Season 2

Jennifer M Wood

When does ‘The Crown’ Season 2 come out?

5 Surprising Things That Have Broken the Speed of Sound

Mental Floss UK

It's not only aircraft that break the sound barrier.

Are These the Skeletons of the First European Colonists in the U.S.?

Kristina Killgrove

Unearthed in St. Augustine, Florida, the remains may date back to the Spanish settlement of the city in the mid 16th century.

You'll Never Guess What Europeans Call the @ Sign

Nick Greene

With competition like this, we need to do better than "At Sign."

8 Products to Keep You Cozy This Winter

Erin McCarthy Abbey Stone

Because we don't have the luxury of hibernating from December through March.