A Beer Bong for Champagne Drinkers

Andrew LaSane

Why sip champagne when you can shoot it?

5 Weird, Rare Accidents With Their Own Medical Codes

Shaunacy Ferro

Crashed your spacecraft? The hospital knows exactly how to bill for that.

Performance Artist Tony Orrico Makes Art by Chewing

Rebecca OConnell

Tony Orrico's preferred tools of the art-making trade are his very own chompers.

11 Crunchy Facts About Fritos

Alvin Ward

Salty, crunchy, and the perfect companion for everything from chili to sandwiches, Fritos are a stalwart of the chip aisle.

New Trend: Beard Transplants

Anna Green

Can't grow a beard? Get a transplant.

7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Rats

Lucas Adams

We used to think rats were gross. Now we think they’re gross and fascinating!

5 Reasons Physical Books Might Be Better Than E-Books

Shaunacy Ferro

Studies have shown that if you want to really remember something, it's easier to do with paper.

Bronze-Age Brits May Have Mummified Their Dead

Kate Horowitz

Scientists use modern technology to get a glimpse of prehistory.

Tree Trunks Find Second Life in Mind-Bending Artwork

Rebecca OConnell

New York-based artist Jason Middlebrook paints on discarded wood and found natural materials to create intricate works of art that can be hung on the wall.

The Science Behind Why You Don't Think Your Friend's Boyfriend Is Cute

Kirstin Fawcett

Turns out, our individual experiences shape how we perceive physical attractiveness.

7 Movies That Sent People Running Out of Theaters

Jake Rossen

When ushers need smelling salts, you know you've got a hit.

Farmer Unearths Woolly Mammoth Skeleton in Rural Michigan

Kirstin Fawcett

He discovered the bones while digging in a soybean field.

Channel Your Inner Artist With These William Hogarth-Inspired Shoes

Kirstin Fawcett

Classic Docs just went classic art.

Moving Walls Create New Rooms in This Apartment

Shaunacy Ferro

Spanish designers PKMN Architectures know how to make a small home feel huge.

5 Fictional Inventions From Literature That Became Real

Kirstin Fawcett

Writers create new worlds—and sometimes, they create new inventions.