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How Swedish Students Let Off Steam—By Screaming in Public

Meg Van Huygen

Need to scream? Head to Sweden. (But don't try it just anywhere.)

Heavy Rain Heads for California—and the Oroville Dam

Dennis Mersereau

Conditions will go downhill in a hurry through the day.

Fat Freezing Could Be the New Botox

Jake Rossen

Fat reduction without injections or scalpels is catching on.

9 Things You Might Not Know About Peet's Coffee

Emily Becker

Peet's founder launched the American gourmet coffee industry in California 50 years ago.

Pixar Rolls Out Free Online Storytelling Course

Michele Debczak

The course includes lessons from the directors of "Up" and "Brave."

You Won't Want to Miss Friday's Biggest Amazon Bargains

Smart Shopping Team

From the Smart Shopping Team...

The Fierce Rapids of the Congo River Create New Fish Species

Kate Horowitz

The turbulent waters divided a group of fish so thoroughly that they evolved into separate species.

15 Facts About 'Scent of a Woman'

Roger Cormier

Pretending to be blind and dancing without rehearsals seriously hurt the two famous Tango partners.

Dubai May Soon Be Home to the World’s First 'Rotating Skyscraper'

Michele Debczak

Each independently rotating unit will cost $30 million.

11 Giant Pieces and Boxes of Candy You Can Actually Buy

Rebecca OConnell

For people with a serious sugar tooth.

Add Some Elegance to Your Cooking With This Swan-Shaped Ladle

Rebecca OConnell

Your saucepan deserves a little class.

Morning Cup of Links: Movie Pie Fights

Miss Cellania

Here's some links for your weekend websurfing!

Negative Words That Turned Into Positive Words

Sean ONeill

Historically, the words "sick," "wicked," "ill," and "bad" have had negative connotations, but can now mean just the opposite.

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