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5 On-The-Border Attractions

Bryan Dugan

Borders between states and nations have often been met by contention.

Swissted: Punk Rock Gig Posters Reinterpreted in Swiss Modernist Style

Erin McCarthy

On the surface, it might not seem like punk rock and Swiss modernism have much in common—but pick up Mike Joyce's book Swissted, out tomorrow, and you'll see that the music and art movements

Brain Game: Math Square #160

Sandy Wood

Did Pirates Really Make People Walk the Plank?

Matt Soniak

Yes, but not as often as modern pop culture would have us think.

Morning Cup of Links: Axe Cop Preview

Miss Cellania

Morning Cup of Links: Avenger 2 Rumors

Miss Cellania

Solve a Rubik's Cube - Juggling or Not

Chris Higgins

Ferris Bueller's Day in Court?

Jill Harness

It's hard not to love Matthew Broderick as the utterly charismatic Ferris Bueller.

Weekend Links: The Cookie Heist of the Century

Roma Panganiban

The Best Videos You'll See Today: "People in Order"

Chris Higgins

The Many Hats of Dr. Seuss

Roma Panganiban

Weekend Links: Sew Vintage

Roma Panganiban

Our 10 Most Popular Stories in February

Erin McCarthy

The Late Movies: Yellowstone = Jellystone

Erica Palan

King Kong Turns 80: 10 Things to Know About the Groundbreaking Film

Mark Mancini

On March 2, 1933, a beast proudly dubbed “the eighth wonder of the world” made his grand debut at Manhattan’s Radio City Music Hall and its sister theater across the street.