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Brain Game

Hello, Governor

Brain Game

Hello, Governor

A Non-Bohemian World

A Non-Bohemian World

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A Levitating Toy Train

Chris Higgins

How Crossword Puzzles Are Made

Matt Gaffney

Last week, we published an item on how crossword puzzles are made. As many, many readers pointed out, we didn't have our facts straight. You deserve better!

The Missing Links: How to Make A Meal Happy

Colin Patrick

14 Unusual Coloring Books for Adults

Rebecca OConnell

Like slumber parties, whipped cream, and juice boxes, coloring books aren't just for kids anymore.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week — SPX 2014 Edition

Rich Barrett

This week I take a look at some interesting comics that will be debuting at the Small Press Expo this weekend.

Lou Hoover: A Lady of Firsts

the mag Sarah Laskow

The wife of the president was just that—until a gun-toting geologist named Lou Hoover moved into the East Wing.

Brain Game: Sound and Smell

Sandy Wood

11 Ready-to-Digest Tidbits About the TV Dinner

Erika Wolf

11 of the Most Innovative Portrait Artists Working Today

Amanda Green

Hug a Tree—They Help Keep You Healthy

Meghan Holohan

Nebraskan Julius Sterling Morton believed that planting trees could save America, and he convinced the state to celebrate Arbor Day in April 1872.

Can "Y'all" Be Used to Refer to a Single Person?

Arika Okrent

For over a century, a controversy has been brewing over what might be called the Loch Ness Monster of dialect study: the elusive singular “y’all.” There are a few who claim to have seen it in the wild

Morning Cup of Links: Google Autocomplete Results for Celebrities

Miss Cellania

11 Incredible Illusions in Fine Art

Hannah Keyser

WWI Centennial: The Miracle on the Marne

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

How Much Sugar People Eat Around the World

Alvin Ward

Which country eats the most sugar?

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