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The Time Sotheby's and Christie's Played 'Rock, Paper, Scissors' for a Cézanne

Stacy Conradt

To figure out who would handle the sale of a priceless art collection, the houses resorted to a technique that has resolved playground disputes for centuries.

What You Missed at Our Chicago Trivia Show

New York City’s Most Moving Tradition

Lucas Reilly the mag

If you think driving a U-Haul is scary, you should have seen the old days.

Robots Are Learning to Write Poetry

Shaunacy Ferro

15 Majestic Facts About the Anteater

Kate Horowitz

Also, 15 reasons why the anteater should be your new favorite animal.

Why It Should Have Been 'Carter and Gray's Anatomy'

Stacy Conradt

You don't have to be pre-med (or a fan of medical soaps) to know this iconic textbook. But did you know about the drama behind its title?

15 Things You Might Not Know About 'Con Air'

Eric D Snider

Put the bunny back in the box and enjoy some behind-the-scenes details about this classic action movie.

Name the NBA Finals MVPs

Are Lions Actually Brave?

Shaunacy Ferro

Heart of Glaze: Doughnut Day’s Sweet Charitable Past

Jackie Varriano

Morning Cup of Links: 1920s Swimwear

Miss Cellania

This Airline Website Has an All-Emoji URL

Rebecca OConnell

This Red-Hot Knife Toasts Bread As it Slices

Hannah Keyser

5 Questions: Missouri Cities

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A Stormy History of Weather Reporting

Cynthia Barnett the mag

Over the years we’ve relied on talking sheep, girls in nighties, and glorified car salesmen to deliver us the weather. But behind the gimmicks, forecasters have always mattered.