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The Return of Twin Peaks

The Return of Twin Peaks

Nobel Prize Week

Nobel Prize Week

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30 Cosplays from NYCC '14 So Good They Couldn't Wait for Halloween

Adam Clement

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About 'Uncle Buck'

Sean Hutchinson

10 Discontinued Beverages Coveted by Collectors

Chris Nesi

These gone-but-not-forgotten libations still have their fan-bases, some of whom shell out pretty serious cash for these vintage potables.

Is it Unhealthy to Stand in Front of a Microwave While it is Cooking?

Alvin Ward

10 Clever Halloween Costumes that Incorporate Amputations and Wheelchairs

Miss Cellania

The Missing Links: Just A Little Jump Into the Pool

Colin Patrick

Zombieland: Rules to Survive

Can you name the rules for surviving a zombie apocalypse from Zombieland?

6 Cool, Chocolate-Scented, or Otherwise Interesting Maps of Chicago

Maureen Monahan

If you think you completely know a city, you might be looking at the wrong map.

Saving A Snake in Disguise

Matt Soniak

Common Answers to "Inside the Actors Studio" Questions

Chris Higgins

The City Nicknames Quiz

Brain Game: The Starched Brain Game

Sandy Wood

Where in the World is Kim Jong-un's Older Brother?

David W Brown

In 2001, Kim Jong-nam was busted with a fake passport while trying to sneak into Japan to visit Tokyo Disneyland. What's he been up to since?

8 Movies That Started Shooting Without a Completed Script

Rudie Obias

Typically, a screenplay is the backbone or blueprint for a movie—but occasionally, a film will go into principal photography without a finished script, with writers frantically trying to complete scen

The Time Teddy Roosevelt Got Shot in the Chest, Gave Speech Anyway

Adrienne Crezo

"But fortunately I had my manuscript."

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