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People Used to Heat Up Their Dr Pepper

Rebecca OConnell

Love soda, but hate yourself? Try heating up some Dr Pepper this winter.

How Barbra Streisand Inspired the “Streisand Effect”

Stacy Conradt

It’s common sense: If you make a big deal over something, it’s going to attract attention.

Do I Really Need to Wash My Jeans?

Esther Zuckerman the mag

Some good news for those who hate laundry day.

Watch the Mesmerizing Process of Automated Cake Decoration

Rebecca OConnell

Ancient Whistling Language Uses Both Brain Hemispheres

Hannah Keyser

5 Questions: Plymouth Models

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Exclusive! See the Cover of Adam Haslett’s New Novel Here First

3 Mobile Apps That Can Help You Invest With Ease

Foster Kamer the mag

How your smartphone can help you invest smartly and make more money.

11 Basic Things That Are Difficult to Do in Space (And How Astronauts Do Them)

Here's Some Concept Art for the Ghostbusters Ride that Never Happened

Erin McCarthy

Kids of the ‘80s would have killed to be a Ghostbuster—and they almost got the chance.

Roads That Recharge Electric Cars That Drive on Them

Rebecca OConnell

The United Kingdom is currently trying out special roads that can charge electric cars as they drive.

Keep Your Sugar In a Snow Globe

Rebecca OConnell

Why hold your sugar in a plain old bowl, when you can keep it in this whimsical snow globe?

15 Monumental Facts About the Lincoln Memorial

Michael Arbeiter

Seated proudly at the west end of Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial is one of the most beloved American monuments: It attracts millions of visitors each year.

NYC Will Be the Latest City to Host a Ball Pit for Grown-Ups

Michele Debczak

It's every kidult's dream come true

"Sea Monster" Raised From the Bottom of the Baltic

Caitlin Schneider

It has the ears of a lion and the mouth of a crocodile.

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