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We're Looking for a Science-Teacher-in-Residence

Jason English

Are you a science teacher? Are you looking for something to do on the side this summer? We should talk!

The Missing Links: The Best Nintendo Games Ever

Colin Patrick

8 Things That Will Get You Banned From Six Flags

Stacy Conradt

Planning a visit to Six Flags this summer? Make sure you check this list before you go.

Strange States: Minnesota's Mysterious Viking Runestone

Rob Lammle

The Iron Harvest of WWI

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: Math Square #222

Sandy Wood

10 of Ben Franklin’s Lesser-Known Feats of Awesomeness

Jamie Spatola

We all know about Benjamin Franklin’s kite-flyin’, library-establishin’, Declaration-signin’, newspaper-printin’, lady-killin’ ways.

Why Do Seagulls Hang Out in Parking Lots?

Matt Soniak

I live in Philadelphia, which is a quick enough drive to the Jersey Shore when traffic is good, but still pretty far from the ocean.

Morning Cup of Links: Women of World War I

Miss Cellania

How a Motley Crew of Counterfeiters Saved George Washington, the Continental Army, and the USA

Lucas Reilly

Henry Dawkins was always a bit of a scoundrel. His knack for law breaking, however, inadvertently saved the USA.

What Happens When You Crack an Egg Underwater?

Alvin Ward

The fish love it.

Weekend Links: Superhero Hometowns

Roma Panganiban

How Steinway (Still) Makes Pianos

Chris Higgins

It Curves! A Brief History of Wiffle Ball

Ethan Trex

Wiffle Ball season is once again upon us.

How to Procrastinate Wisely, According to Writer Roxane Gay

Jen Doll

If you’ve ever been on the Internet, chances are you’ve stumbled across a thought-provoking essay by hyperprolific writer and English professor Roxane Gay.