Homepage MF slider




Weekend Links: War and Cheese

Roma Panganiban

WWI Centennial: Archduke Ferdinand Is Murdered in Sarajevo

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

8 Old Wedding Traditions You Didn't Know Existed

Therese Oneill

Showing your tush to the wedding photographer isn’t the strangest or most objectionable tradition the human race has dreamt up in the past few centuries.

17 Disney Park Windows Worth a Closer Look

Stacy Conradt

There is no “random” at Disney parks. Just like almost all of the other little details you’ll find tucked away at Disney, the names on the windows are there for a reason.

The Missing Links: The Smell of Overwhelming Sadness

Colin Patrick

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Brain Game: I Can See!

Sandy Wood

27 Responses to the Question “What is Art?”

Judith B Herman

Does it have to be beautiful? Expressive? Original? Uplifting? Intellectual? Here’s how 27 artists, critics, and others answered the question.

10 Spiky Facts About Stegosaurus

Mark Mancini

Today we’re saluting one of earth’s most misunderstood dinosaurs.

8 Sensational Female Murderers from History

Miss Cellania

How is SPF Calculated, and What Does It Mean?

Erin McCarthy

6 Ways Your Yard Can Make Your Home More Efficient

Kids' Magazines

Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

10 Hollywood Movies That May Have Been Inspired by Anime

Max Evry

While hyper-real fantasy pictures like Real Steel and Sucker Punch borrow the semiotics/visual vocabulary of Japanese animation, there are some films that lift whole storylines or shots from pretty fa

How to (Truly) Improve Your Luck

Oliver Burkeman the mag

We persuade ourselves that we can influence random events, a fantasy psychologists call “the illusion of control.”