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Who Is Larry O'Brien?

Ethan Trex

The Spurs are your NBA champions. Who's that guy whose name is on the trophy?

Eaten by a Grue: A Brief History of Zork

Rob Lammle

You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here.

8 Amazing Volcano Vacations

Robin Esrock the mag

Earth’s most furious mountains are also the most rewarding to visit.

Weekend Links: The Hottest New Sport: Futevolei

Roma Panganiban

Gulls Turn Cannibal on Sundays

Matt Soniak

Ah Sunday. The day of rest. A day for sleeping in, having a big brunch and watching bad action movies on basic cable. A day for murdering your own children and consuming their bodies.

Working in Tall Trees

Chris Higgins

Weekend Links: Peanut Butter and Clam Pizza

Roma Panganiban

How 'Jurassic Park' Chose CGI Over Stop-Motion

Chris Higgins

A Brief History of Flag Day

Kate Erbland

WWI Centennial: Franz Ferdinand Wants Peace in the Balkans

Erik Sass

9 Delightful Recipes From the 1950s You Should Make with Your Kids Today

Therese Oneill The Week

The Missing Links: How 'The Daily Show' Does It

Colin Patrick

10 Things to Know About '22 Jump Street'

Erin McCarthy

From Dartmouth style beer pong to on-set head butts, here are 10 things the directors and cast told us about making '22 Jump Street,' out today.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

How One Pilot's Sweet Tooth Helped Defeat Communism

the mag

From June 1948 to September 1949, thousands of pilots airlifted 2.3 million tons of food and supplies to the blockaded Berliners. The code name for the American mission: Operation Vittles.

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