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This Cat-Shaped Kindergarten Will Make You Want to Go Back to School

Rebecca OConnell

This claw-some building makes for the purr-fect learning environment. (See what we did there?)

What Do the Numbers on Your Credit Cards Mean?

Tiffany Luckey

Let's break it down.

Pear Juice: The Scientifically-Supported Hangover Cure

Hannah Keyser

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Tiny Islands Favor Tougher, Darker Birds

Matt Soniak

What Edward Scissorhands' Candy-Colored Neighborhood Looks Like Today

Beth Anne Macaluso

Revisiting the site of Tim Burton's classic.

Bizarre-Looking New Species of Anglerfish Discovered

Erin McCarthy

Most deep-sea anglerfish look like creatures from another world, but this new species takes things to a whole new depth of strangeness.

Gaze at the Spectacular Beauty of a Dying Star

Caitlin Schneider

The Southern Owl Nebula offers a preview of what's to come for our own sun.

WWI Centennial: Stalemate At Suvla Bay

Erik Sass

The Marine Major Who Kept a Sweet Childhood Secret—He Was the Voice of Bambi

Erika Berlin

A decorated Marine

11 Web Toys for the Dog Days of Summer

Miss Cellania

Oh, here's a few ways to take a break from work!

Your Cool New Hobby: Moss Viewing

Caitlin Schneider

The excursions are "like magic," according to one recent participant.

'Back to the Future' is Now a Monopoly Game

Jake Rossen

Plutonium not included.

A Brief, Sticky History of Tarring and Feathering

Janet Burns

In 2015, we often use the term “tarred and feathered” to describe crowd-sourced vendettas against strangers (like ganging up on someone through social media) or retaliation from one’s peers.

Temporary Tattoos That Appear Like Magic on Your Skin

Rebecca OConnell

Too old for temporary tattoos, but not ready to make a commitment to the real deal? Enter Inkbox.

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