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7 Jurassic Park Dinosaurs: Then and Now

Mark Mancini

Over the last two decades, some truly astonishing new discoveries have been made, spanning just about every conceivable topic in the biology, behavior, and evolution of the dinosaurs featured in Juras

Bates Motel, Episode 3: "What's Wrong with Norman?"

Stacy Conradt

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s official: The Norman Bates we all know and love (?) has arrived.

Could Cockroaches Really Survive a Nuclear War?

Roma Panganiban

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice; still others say in a nuclear apocalypse that will annihilate humanity while leaving cockroaches intact.

Book From 1445 Shows Cats Have Always Been a Handful

Matt Soniak

For cat owners, this picture is nothing shocking. A little fuzzball was someplace they weren’t supposed to be and went and messed things up? Really? That never happens!

14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

Judith B Herman

You're about to stumble into the looking-glass world of “contronyms”—words that are their own antonyms.

11 Niche Blogs for Your Perusal

Miss Cellania

4 Crazy Lawsuits Against Museums

Amanda Green

These lawsuits are so bizarre, they should be put in a muse—oh, wait.

Brain Game: Math Square #156

Sandy Wood

How Does the TSA Decide What You Can Take On Board?

Karina Martinez-Carter

19 Offbeat Holidays and Anniversaries You Can Celebrate in April

Laura Turner Garrison

April is springing forth with plenty of offbeat holidays and anniversaries to keep your days festive.

It's T-Shirt Tuesday!

Erin McCarthy

The Late Movies: Game of Thrones in the Style of Other Shows

Bryan Dugan

How Did Pabst Blue Ribbon Win its Blue Ribbon?

Matt Soniak

Before it was called PBR or even Pabst, the official beer of hipsters, old blue collar Wisconsinites and Frank Booth was brewed under the name Best Select, starting in 1875.

Watch the Original Unaired Three's Company Pilot

Kara Kovalchik

It’s standard practice in television to shoot a pilot episode of a proposed show in order for a network to get it greenlit and picked up, as they say in the biz.

The Missing Links: SNL-Inspired Art

Colin Patrick