Watch a Meteor Explode (Beautifully) in Mid-Air

Caitlin Schneider

Marc Donahue was shooting time-lapse video in southern California when a "huge bright flash" lit up the sky.

8 Fiendish Facts About Tasmanian Devils

Shaunacy Ferro

Fact: The much-maligned marsupial is super cute.

How an Architect Builds a Sandcastle

Caitlin Schneider

Renzo Piano, one of the world's most famous architects, breaks down the art of sandcastle construction.

Why Do Babies in Medieval Paintings Look So Old And Scary?

Hannah Keyser

Medieval artists subscribed to the idea of a "homuncular" Jesus, which caused them to paint all babies like little old men.

10 Things You Might Not Know About ‘Kids’

Tara Aquino

A look back at the most controversial film of the 1990s, in honor of its 20th anniversary.

How 'A Wrinkle in Time' Changed Sci-Fi Forever

Jen Doll the mag

Madeleine L'Engle's time-hopping heroine transported sci-fi into a new dimension.

The Graffiti Grammarians Correcting Street Art in Ecuador

Hannah Keyser

9 Ways to Use All Those Jalapeños

Miss Cellania

From poppers to ice cream, jalapenos go in everything!

A High-Tech Way to Print Your Own Garden

Roma Panganiban

PrintGREEN dispenses soil, water, and grass seed onto a felt-covered sponge surface.

20 Brilliant Anglo-Saxon Words

Paul Anthony Jones

Old English had a rich array of inventive and intriguing words, many of which have either long since dropped out of use or were replaced.

The Missing Links: Celebrating Bugs

Colin Patrick

JFK Airport to Debut World's First Pet Terminal

Caitlin Schneider

The $48 million terminal will have a 20,000-square-foot doggie resort with flat screen TVs, bone-shaped swimming holes and "pawdicures."

Woody Harrelson's Hitman Father

Stacy Conradt

The True Detective star's darkest roles are nothing compared to the drama he's dealt with off-camera.

10 Things You Might Not Know About the Ford Mustang

Jenny Peters

The Ford Mustang just turned 50 and she’s looking really good.

Sarcasm Is Good for Creativity

Shaunacy Ferro

A new study finds that sarcasm promotes creative thinking for both the expresser and recipient. No, really?