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Morning Cup of Links: E.B. White's Tips for Romance

Miss Cellania

The best links for a Friday morning!

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

5 Questions: On the Record

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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.

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